13 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After 22 Motörhead albums, it's safe to say that Lemmy Kilmister has seen it all. So it makes sense that he plays the titular role in a cover of "Sympathy For the Devil" with faithful accuracy. His inimitable whiskey-soaked growl takes no prisoners on opening salvo “Victory Or Die”, and is backed up by searing classic-rock riffs on “Fire Storm Hotel”. But it's on the ripping "Till the End" where he gets particularly real about his life as a metal icon, gruffly pledging, "All I know is who I am/I’ll never let you down”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After 22 Motörhead albums, it's safe to say that Lemmy Kilmister has seen it all. So it makes sense that he plays the titular role in a cover of "Sympathy For the Devil" with faithful accuracy. His inimitable whiskey-soaked growl takes no prisoners on opening salvo “Victory Or Die”, and is backed up by searing classic-rock riffs on “Fire Storm Hotel”. But it's on the ripping "Till the End" where he gets particularly real about his life as a metal icon, gruffly pledging, "All I know is who I am/I’ll never let you down”.

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