MOTÖRHEAD: 'Kiss Of Death' Limited-Edition T-Shirt Now Available
MOTÖRHEAD's new album, "Kiss of Death", is set to hit the streets on August 29. Sanctuary Records is now accepting pre-orders for the CD, T-shirts, and iPod downloads at this location. The CD or iPod-friendly download can be purchased for $9.99. For $19.99, you'll also get an exclusive/limited-edition "Kiss of Death" t-shirt.
The follow-up to 2004's "Inferno", "Kiss of Death" was produced by Cameron Webb, who also worked with the group on their last effort. A new MOTÖRHEAD track, entitled "Kingdom of the Worm", received its world premiere on May 19 during MOTÖRHEAD mainman Lemmy Kilmister's appearance on the "Jonesy's Jukebox" radio show on Indie 103.1 FM.
"Kiss of Death" track listing:
02. One Night Stand
03. Devil I Know
05. Under The Gun
06. God Was Never On Your Side
07. Living In The Past
09. Sword of Glory
10. Be My Baby
11. Kingdom of the Worm
12. Going Down
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