MOTÖRHEAD Guitarist Performs With TOOL In Germany
MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell joined TOOL on stage for the song "Sober" during the latter band's headlining performance Monday night (Dec. 4) at the Arena in Leipzig, Germany. Campbell reportedly made a similar appearance at TOOL's gig in Cardiff, U.K. on November 30. It is not presently known if Phil will perform with TOOL at any of the other shows on the tour, seeing a MOTÖRHEAD is in the middle of a European trek of its own, with MELDRUM and WE providing support.
As previously reported, MOTÖRHEAD's new album, "Kiss of Death", entered the national album charts in the following countries: Germany: #4, Norway: #9, Sweden: #13, Austria: #20, Switzerland: #26, U.K.: #45, Denmark: #53. The CD was recorded at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles with Cameron Webb, who also worked with the group on their last effort. The album includes guest appearances by POISON guitarist C.C. Deville and ALICE IN CHAINS bassist Mike Inez.
(Thanks: Jakob Kranz / Radio Fritz's "Stahlwerk")
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