MOTÖRHEAD Debuts Brand New Song At Tour Kick-Off
MOTÖRHEAD debuted a brand new song, "I Know How To Die", at the opening show of the band's 2010 tour before 7,000 frenzied fans at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, United Kingdom on Monday, November 8.
The U.K. release of MOTÖRHEAD's new album, "The Wörld Is Yours", will be a two-fold affair. On December 14, following MOTÖRHEAD's U.K. tour, a Classic Rock Presents Motörhead fan pack will hit news-stands across the country. This is a 132-page magazine featuring not only brand new interviews with the band alongside a complete career overview, but also the entire album on CD. It will retail at £14.99 and is the perfect way for U.K. fans to purchase the album in the run up to Christmas. Following this four-week exclusive period, the album will then be released on January 17 in a standard CD format and available to buy in all usual retailers at the price of a regular CD.
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