Original MOTÖRHEAD Guitarist Issues Solo CD

May 14, 2002

Original MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Larry Wallis (who was in the group between May 1975 and February 1976) has issued a new solo CD entitled Death In The Guitarfternoon. For more information on this release, click here.

In related news, current MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell will be joining one of L.A.'s newest bands, DARK32, as they perform live on Thursday, May 23rd, at 9:00 PM at the Coconut Teaser on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood. Also playing that evening are CRASH and LOVE TUNNEL. Phil also supplied some guitar tracks to DARK32's upcoming CD.

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