MOTÖRHEAD: 'Kiss Of Death' Enters Norwegian Chart At No. 9
MOTÖRHEAD's "Kiss Of Death" has entered the Norwegian album chart at position No. 9. According to a representative for the band's record label, a recent MOTÖRHEAD resurgence in Norway has led to twice as many copies of "Kiss of Death" being shipped compared its predecessor, "Inferno".
As previously reported, "Kiss Of Death" debuted on the Swedish album chart at position No. 13. This marks the highest chart position in Sweden in the legendary band's career spanning 31 years.
"Kiss of Death" was recorded at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles with Cameron Webb, who also worked with the group on their last effort. The CD includes guest appearances by POISON guitarist C.C. Deville and ALICE IN CHAINS bassist Mike Inez.
"It's better than 'Inferno', and 'Inferno' seems to be the favorite of the later years so far," MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy recently said. "It's better songs. Better arrangements and a better performance from me vocally, and a better performance from Phil Campbell on the guitar; he plays great on the songs."
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