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Bad News For The Devil - Bad News For The Devil album

Bad News For The Devil - Bad News For The Devil album Performer: Bad News For The Devil
Title: Bad News For The Devil
Style: Hard Rock
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1953 mb
Size FLAC: 1562 mb
Rating: 4.4

Motörhead's cover of the Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" is now streaming. Motörhead have always worn their influences on their studded-leather sleeves, tackling classic songs by Sex Pistols, ZZ Top, Muddy Waters, Tammy Wynette and everyone who covered Louie Louie, to name a few, over the years. Their latest cover is a surprisingly faithful rendition of the Rolling Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil, which is streaming below. The track will appear on their upcoming album Bad Magic, due out Friday. Bad Magic is the group’s 22nd album and first since 2013’s Aftershock. The album will feature a guest appearance by Queen guitarist Brian May on another song about Satan, The Devil. Although that song is not streaming online yet, The Guardian has posted four other Bad Magic tracks: Electricity, Victory or Die, Evil Eye and Shoot Out All of Your Lights.

The Devil is the fifth studio album by American multi-genre project Blue Stahli, and the second vocal album following Blue Stahli. It was released in chapters, the first of which was released on December 17, 2013. The full album was released on October 2, 2015. The album features guest appearances from Australian Musician Emma Anzai of Sick Puppies and American Singer Mark Salomon.

Bad News is the self-titled debut album from British heavy metal group Bad News released in October 1987 by EMI. The album features a cover of the famous Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody" and was produced by Queen's guitarist Brian May. "Bohemian Rhapsody" was released as a single along with music video created for it, written and directed by Adrian Edmondson, who portrays Vim Fuego in the group. The video was released as a video single by Picture Music International.

Written and recorded in the studio together, for the first time in the ee era, the more "live" approach to creating "Bad Magic" has obviously paid dividends in this regard.

The song’s working title was ‘The Devil Is My Name’, which would have rather undermined the mystery of the whole thing, we suspect. 4. Jagger claims to have taken the inspiration for the idea of a song from Satan’s perspective from Baudelaire. But I could be wrong. Not true; it was ‘Under My Thumb’. Bad luck, scary supernatural theorists! Nonetheless, because of the public outrage at the (wrong) story, the Stones didn’t play ‘Sympathy’ live for the next seven years

Look for Motorhead hitting the road to support the effort at these stops. And check back every day this week as we at Loudwire bring you more new songs from Motorhead's Bad Magic album. Motorhead, "Sympathy for the Devil". You Think You Know Motorhead? See the Birthdays of Lemmy Kilmister and Other Rockers. Motorhead Music Inspires 'Victor Vran' 'Through the Ages' Video Game. Filed Under: Motorhead. Categories: Exclusive, Metal, News, Rock, Songs.

The Devil and God even sounds soulless. And yet the same cold, clinical production is responsible for The Devil and God’s unusual and appropriate atmosphere. At no point does Lacey sound suicidal-in fact, he sounds resigned to living ( Do you feel condemned just being there? ).


1 Step Forward
2 Bad News For The Devil
3 Revelation
4 Time
5 Belief
6 Mayday
7 Prayer
8 Prelude
9 Recycle Your Life


  • Bass – Stefan Schmidt
  • Drums – Thorsten Zippan
  • Guitar – Michael Schulz , Olaf Unglaube
  • Lead Vocals – Carsten Röhl
  • Mixed By – Kai Winderlich
  • Producer – Bad News For The Devil
  • Recorded By – Kai Winderlich