Pamela of LoudGuitars.com conducted an interview with MOTRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell at the Heavy MTL festival, which was held July 23-24, 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. You can now watch the chat below.
MOTRHEAD's new album, "The Wrld Is Yours", sold 7,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 94 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous effort, "Motrizer", premiered with 6,400 units back in 2008 to debut at No. 82, while 2006's "Kiss Of Death" registered a first-week tally of 3,500.
"The Wrld Is Yours" was released in North America on February 8. The CD is a vital, scorching statement of intent from the band as they launch Motrhead Music, their very first record label.
Written and performed by Lemmy Kilmister, Philip Campbell and Mikkey Dee in both Los Angeles, California and Wales, with production once again by Cameron Webb, "The Wrld Is Yours" serves to remind everyone that you should never stop questioning or critiquing a society that would surely chew you up and spit you if given half a chance. And with 10 soul-scorching testaments to the unbridled power this world-famous trio continually maintain, "The Wrld Is Yours" delivers some of the finest, most important Motrmusic yet.
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