Metal legends Motorhead have released details of a new album, titled "Aftershock," that is scheduled for release in September.
As Blabbermouth notes, the record, which is the follow-up to 2010's "The World Is Yours," was recorded at Maple Sound Studios in Santa Ana, California, with the band's long time producer Cameron Webb.
The record will feature 13 tracks. Some of the titles that have been revealed include: "Dust and Glass," "Knife," "Going to Mexico," "Lost Woman Blues," "Death Machine" and "Heartbreaker."
It has also revealed that Motorhead front man Lemmy has recently had surgery because of heart problems. According to Classic Rock, the front man had a defibrillator fitted in his chest to help his heart beat normally.
Motorhead were recently awarded the Golden God Award at this year's Metal Hammer Golden Gods ceremony.