Motorhead were honored by the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday in celebration of their 40 year anniversary and the upcoming release of their new album, “Bad Magic.”
Council member José Huizar conducting the ceremony in the council chambers at city hall which was attended by the band and many of its fans.
Due August 28, “Bad Magic” was recorded at NRG Studios in Los Angeles with long-time producer Cameron Webb.
The set includes a cover of the Rolling Stones classic, “Sympathy For The Devil”, as well as a guest appearance by Queen guitarist Brian May on a tune entitled “The Devil.”
The group’s Stones cover follows the lead single, “Thunder & Lightning”, and “Electricity” as the third track issued in advance of the album’s release.
Motorhead recently launched a late summer/early fall tour of North America with guests Saxon and Anthrax.
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