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Motörhead's Phil Campbell Shares Alice Cooper Collaboration Swing It

Friday, 20 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Phil Campbell has teamed up with Alice Cooper for a new track.

Swing It finds the legendary longtime Motörhead guitarist laying down a brain-battering riff while shock rock icon Alice Cooper takes over vocals.

It follows the previously shared early single These Old Boots, featuring Dee Snider of Twister Sister, Mick Mars of Mötley Crüe and Chris Fehn formerly of Slipknot.

Both tracks are set to feature on Campbell's upcoming first solo record, 'Old Lions Still Roar', out on October 25 via Nuclear Blast. It comes after two releases with his band the Bastard Sons — who he'll tour the UK and Europe with this autumn — as well as countless albums and live shows with Motörhead.





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