Phil Campbell releases video for “These Old Boots” featuring Dee Snider, Mick Mars and Chris Fehn
Former Motörhead lead guitarist Phil Campbell has unveiled a video for his song “These Old Boots” from his upcoming debut solo album Old Lions Still Roar, which will be released via Nuclear Blast on October 25, 2019. The track “These Old Boots” features lead vocalist Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), guitarist Mick Mars (Mötley Crüe) and Chris Fehn (Slipknot, Will Haven).
Track List for Old Lions Still Roar:
01. Rocking Chair (feat. Leon Stanford)
02. Straight Up (feat. Rob Halford)
03. Faith In Fire (feat. Ben Ward)
04. Swing It (feat. Alice Cooper)
05. Left For Dead (feat. Nev MacDonald)
06. Walk The Talk (feat. Nick Oliveri)
07. These Old Boots (feat. Dee Snider)
08. Dancing Dogs (Love Survives) (feat. Whitfield Crane)
09. Dead Roses (feat. Benji Webbe)
10. Tears From A Glass Eye
Amazon states as follows (with slight edits): ““This is something I wanted to do many years before Motörhead finished. I talked to Lemmy about it many times and he always encouraged me. It just never came about because we were touring so relentlessly. But I kept the odd idea and riff from way back and never abandoned the idea. Now I felt the time was right to do it.” – Phil Campbell.
Some people just don‘t need an introduction and the Welsh rock titan Phil Campbell is on top of that list. As the guitarist of Motörhead for more than 30 years, father of his hard rocking spawn Bastard Sons, and a rock and roll luminary, Campbell is the stuff six string legends are made of. Slowly but steadily nearing his sixties, Phil Campbell still hasn‘t lost his hunger for the noise. After a highly successful record as Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons (the family rock act he pulled off with his own three sons) and a feverish run of live dates with the likes of Guns N’ Roses, he‘s about to shed his skin once again – only to reveal his own true self this time around. Ladies and gentlemen, we finally give you Phil Campbell solo, no strings attached, straight in your face, no remorse rock and roll. “Old Lions Still Roar” is armed with an arsenal of fierce riffing, anthemic hooks, pumping energy and no-holds-barred hard rocking fuel.”
Phil Campbell‘s “These Old Boots” video featuring Dee Snider, Mick Mars and Chris Fehn
PHIL CAMPBELL will release his first-ever solo record, Old Lions Still Roar, on October 25 via Nuclear Blast. Order at: http://nblast.de/PhilCampbellOLSR.