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PHIL CAMPBELL & THE BASTARD SONS 'The Age Of Absurdity' Track By Track 2

PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS, led by the legendary long time MOTÖRHEAD guitarist, have released the first track by track for the band's upcoming debut album, 'The Age Of Absurdity' - out January 26th. Today the band release the second installment of their track by track series:

The album is now available for pre-order in various formats here:

Track by track #1:
Webisode #1:
Webisode #2:
Webisode #3:
'Welcome To hell':
'Silver Machine' (feat. HAWKWIND member Dave Brock) live video:
'Ringleader' here:
Studio diary episode #1:
Studio diary episode #2:
Studio diary episode #3:

The Age Of Absurdity was recorded at Rockfield Studios and Longwave Studios in Wales and produced, engineered and mixed by Romesh Dodangoda and mastered at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. The fitting cover art was created by Matt Riste.

The Age Of Absurdity will feature 11 tracks + 1 bonus track (see tracklist below) and will be released on January 26, 2018 via Nuclear Blast.

The Age Of Absurdity tracklist:
01. Ringleader
02. Freak Show
03. Skin And Bones
04. Gypsy Kiss
05. Welcome To Hell
06. Dark Days
07. Dropping The Needle
08. Step Into The Fire
09. Get On Your Knees
10. High Rule
11. Into The Dark
12. Silver Machine (HAWKWIND cover feat. Dave Brock of HAWKWIND)*
*=only to be included on the CD version of the album

Feb 23, 2018 UK Planet Rock's Winters End Festival, Sandford Holiday Park Poole
Feb 27, 2018 Netherlands Haarlem Patronaat
Feb 28, 2018 Netherlands Hengelo Metropool
Mar 01, 2018 Netherlands Uden De Pul
Mar 02, 2018 Belgium Hasselt Muziekodroom
Mar 03, 2018 Denmark Aarhus Voxhall
Mar 05, 2018 Germany Hamburg Logo
Mar 06, 2018 Germany Berlin Bi Nuu
Mar 07, 2018 Germany Frankfurt Das Bett
Mar 08, 2018 Germany Siegburg Kubana
Mar 09, 2018 Germany Mannheim 7er Club
Mar 10, 2018 Germany Munich Strom
Mar 12, 2018 Switzerland Solothurn Kofmehl
Mar 16, 2018 Italy Rome Jailbreak Club
Mar 17, 2018 Italy Pavia Dagda Club
Mar 18, 2018 Italy San Dona (Nr Venice) Revolver Club
Mar 19, 2018 France Paris La Boule Noire
Mar 21, 2018 France Strasbourg La Laiterie
Mar 22, 2018 France Nancy 915 Kaffee Klub Rock
Mar 23, 2018 France Vaureal Le Forum
Mar 24, 2018 France Brest Cabaret Vauban
Mar 25, 2018 France Nantes Le Ferrailleur
Apr 1, 2018 UK Mad Hatters Festival, The Gateway Town Hall Seaton
May 4, 2018 UK Bonfest, Kirriemuir
Jun 23, 2018 Germany Leipziger Messe, Matapaloz Festival
Jul 27, 2018 UK Steelhouse Festival, Ebbw Vale
Jul 28, 2018 Ireland, Rally Of Lugh Longarm, Drogheda
Aug 29, 2018 Greece Athens, Gagarin 205
Aug 30, 2018 Greece Ioannina, Stage Ioannina
Aug 31, 2018 Greece Thessaloniki Street Mode Festival
Sep 1, 2018 Bulgaria Sofia Mixtape 5
Sep 3, 2018 Romania Bucharest Quantic
Sep 6, 2018 Hungary Budapest Durer Kert
Oct 27, 2018 Chris Jericho's Rock N Wrestling Cruise
Nov 8, 2018 UK Hard Rock Hell Festival, Pwllheli

More info on PCATBS:
Phil Campbell was the lead guitarist in MOTÖRHEAD for 32 years. He has toured the world, sold millions of albums and headlined the biggest festivals. Phil has a passion for music and it is this passion that has led to the formation of PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS.

The band is unique as it features Phil's 3 sons on drums, bass and guitar. The band is completed by Vocalist Neil Starr.


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