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  1. Megadeth has announced details of its 15th studio album. The 13-track collection is called Dystopia, and will be released January 22. You can listen to Dystopia‘s first single, “Fatal Illusion,” now at Megadeth.com. The Dystopia track list certainly paints a dystopic picture, with song titles such as “Post American World,” “The Emperor” and “Conquer Or Die.” Dystopia is Megadeth’s first album since 2013’s Super Collider. Along with founding members Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson, the band now includes Lamb of God‘s Chris Adler on drums and Brazilian guitarist Kiko Loureiro. Here’s the track list for Dystopia: “The Threat Is Real” “Dystopia” “Fatal Illusion” “Death From Within” “Bullet To The Brain” “Post American World” “Poisonous Shadows” “Look Who’s Talking” “Conquer Or Die” “Lying In State” “The Emperor” “Last Dying Wish” “Foreign Policy” Article credit: ABC Radio
  2. While Motörhead frontman Lemmy has battled some health issues over the past couple of years, the band is ready to come roaring back this summer with a new album, titled Bad Magic. The record, the hard-rocking group’s 22nd studio effort, will be released August 28. The 13-track collection includes tunes with such ominous titles as “Victory or Die,” “Evil Eye,” “Teach Them How to Bleed,” “Tell Me Who to Kill,” and “Choking on Your Screams.” In addition, Queen guitarist Brian May puts in a guest appearance on a song called “The Devil.” The album comes to a close with a cover of the classic Rolling Stones tune “Sympathy for the Devil.” Bad Magic will be available as a standard CD, a digipak, a vinyl LP, a limited-edition box set, and a digital download. In conjunction with the album’s release, Motörhead is planning an as-yet-unannounced 40th anniversary North American tour with Anthrax. The trek will get underway in mid-August and culminate with the 2015 edition of the band’s Motörboat fan cruise, which runs from September 28 to October 2. Motörhead also has plenty of international dates lined up, and currently is on tour in Europe. Here is the full track list for Bad Magic: “Victory or Die” “Thunder & Lightning” “Fire Storm Hotel” “Shoot Out All of Your Lights” “The Devil” “Electricity” “Evil Eye” “Teach Them How to Bleed” “Till the End” “Tell Me Who to Kill” “Choking on Your Screams” “When the Sky Comes Looking for You” “Sympathy for the Devil” Article Credit: ABC Radio
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