A slab of snarling metal and a devilish Stones cover
After 22 Motörhead albums, it's safe to say that Lemmy Kilmister has seen it all. So it makes sense that he plays the titular role in a cover of "Sympathy For the Devil" with faithful accuracy. His inimitable whiskey-soaked growl takes no prisoners on opening salvo “Victory Or Die”, and is backed up by searing classic-rock riffs on “Fire Storm Hotel”. But it's on the ripping "Till the End" where he gets particularly real about his life as a metal icon, gruffly pledging, "All I know is who I am/I’ll never let you down”.