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Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons Release ‘Welcome to Hell’

PHIL CAMPBELL & THE BASTARD SONS, led by the legendary long time MOTÖRHEAD guitarist, have released a brand new single and video for ‘Welcome To Hell’. The track is the second single taken from the band’s upcoming debut album, The Age Of Absurdity, out on January 26th. Check out the video above.


The band are also pleased to announce that they will be supporting Ugly Kid Joe on their 5-date UK run in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of ‘Americas Least Wanted’. Dates as follows:

April 17th – Manchester Academy
April 18th – The Garage, Glasgow
April 19th – O2 Institute Birmingham
April 20th – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
April 21st – Concorde 2, Brighton

Tickets on sale Monday 8th January (O2 Presale available for London and Birmingham from today!)

PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS also announced yesterday an intimate release day performance at YouTube Space London which will be streamed live via the Nuclear Blast YouTube channel. To be in with a chance of joining the band at YouTube Space London for this exclusive show, click here.

The album is now available for pre-order in various formats here

 

The Age Of Absurdity was recorded at Rockfield Studios and Longwave Studios in Wales and produced, engineered and mixed by Romesh Dodangoda and mastered at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. The fitting cover art was created by Matt Riste.

The Age Of Absurdity will feature 11 tracks + 1 bonus track (see tracklist below) and will be released on January 26, 2018 via Nuclear Blast.

The Age Of Absurdity tracklist:
01. Ringleader
02. Freak Show
03. Skin And Bones
04. Gypsy Kiss
05. Welcome To Hell
06. Dark Days
07. Dropping The Needle
08. Step Into The Fire
09. Get On Your Knees
10. High Rule
11. Into The Dark
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12. Silver Machine (HAWKWIND cover feat. Dave Brock of HAWKWIND)*
*=only to be included on the CD version of the album

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