Motorhead : Kiss Of Death
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  • If after releasing the album, Motorhead decided disbanded, I was quite impressed and not a problem

    • by leincakep

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      If you feel too old to rock music, then leave this kind of music. Please note, the mighty Motorhead Kiss Of Death release that is album from their 31 year existence in the music industry. Looks like Lemmy and his colleagues support extraordinary spirit of playing music.

      Stay strong and a maximum at their age nearing 60

      years old. Motto generation refuses to grow old is like something eternal in their hearts.

      Previous album, Inferno [2004] considered their best record, and the Kiss Of Death was released as continuation of the album. Motorhead remains prime in a high octane distortion.

      Lemmy and his friends rather producing hard music that has a high quality. Sound quality ...

      • is also improved with more modern without losing their original character.

        One song is enough special, God Was Never On Your Side opened by the slide of beautiful acoustic guitars, sounding ballads, and the action of CC Deville. Kiss of Death is not offering anything new from Motorhead.

        Not too many changes and almost no surprises. Because

        it was not necessary for the band which became one of pioneers of the genre rock / metal for more than three decades.

        Maybe Kiss Of Death will not embrace new fans. They seem quite simply to loyal fans who already have.

        If after releasing the album, Motorhead decided disbanded, I was quite impressed and not a problem.

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