Phil Campbell (Guitar)
Spirit of the Motorhead, forever. Rob Halford (Judas Priest), Alice Cooper, Dee Snyder Mick Mars (Motley Crue), Joe Satriani, and other superb guests. When the old lion roars, the rock 'n' roll picture scroll comes to an end!
I joined Motorhead in 1984, and with Lemmy Kilmister, the band's second golden age Building up was guitarist Phil Campbell, who, after Lemmy's death in 2015, had three He formed a new band, "Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons" with his sons. The Age of Absurdity" (2018) album.
His first solo album, Old Lion's Still Roar, was a project that began work before that and took over five years to complete.
Having worked across the world at Motorhead, Phil's connections are extensive, and the album features a superlative The all-star guest team includes. Rob Halford (Judas Priest), Alice Cooper, Dee Snyder ( Twisted Sister), Mick Mars (Motley Crue), Joe Satriani, Joe Satriani Chris Fane (ex-Slipknot), Matt Sorum (Guns N' Roses) and Nick Oliveri (formerly of Queens of the Stone Age), Nev MacDonald ( Skin), Benji Webb (Skindred), Whitfield Crain ( Ugly Kid Joe), Phil and fellow Welshman Leon Stanford ( The People The Poet) and other leading artists are featured on the album.
The entire album was written by Phil, and this album is centered around the hard-charging rock and roll His worldview is presented in a variety of musical styles that are different from those of Motorhead. 'I could do whatever I wanted with Motorhead, but this time I'm doing something I didn't dare to do. I'm playing piano on a couple of songs, and there's some saxophone and acoustic guitar.
The album's first track (1), "Rocking Chair," surprises you with an acoustic guitar, but (2) "Straight Up" with Rob Halford singing over furious rock 'n' roll, "Straight Up", riff (4) "Swing It" with Alice Cooper shouting over the groove of "Swing It" and other explosive The soul does not die. Meanwhile, Benji Webb's piano playing on (9) "Dead Roses, Sentimental Instrumentals (10) "Tears From A Glass Eye It's possible to hear new aspects of Phil, such as
Now that Motorhead is gone, Phil continues to move forward into the future with the support of his friends and Come. The old lion will still be roaring.