There isn't a definitive date as of yet, but Motorhead fans can start getting used to saying the word 'Aftershock' over the next few months. That's because that is the title of the band's upcoming album.

The group has been recording their latest effort at Maple Sound Studios in Santa Ana, Calif. and they're tentatively shooting for a September release. For 'Aftershock,' the band reunited with longtime producer Cameron Webb, who has produced every one of their releases since 2004's 'Inferno' disc.

According to Blabbermouth, though an official track listing has not been announced, song titles like 'Dust and Glass,' 'Knife,' 'Going to Mexico,' 'Lost Woman Blues,' 'Death Machine' and 'Heartbreaker' have been mentioned as possibilities for the disc.

With their new album recorded and awaiting the final touches plus a promotional campaign, Motorhead will return to the road. Look for the band performing in Europe and Russia this summer.

In related news, Classic Rock Magazine is set to publish an interview with frontman Lemmy Kilmister in which he reveals he's been fitted with a defibrillator in order to deal with an irregular heartbeat.

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