As Motorhead approach the release of their new album, Bad Magic, later this week, several of its songs are now starting to make their way online. One of the most intriguing is their cover of the Rolling Stones' 1968 classic "Sympathy for the Devil."

You can listen to Motorhead's take on the famous track, which first appeared on the Stones' Beggars Banquet LP, below.

While Motorhead's version lacks some of the subtlety found in the Stones' original take of "Sympathy for the Devil," frontman Lemmy Kilmister nails the menacing tone. They also bravely attempt the rolling percussion rhythm that drives the song. And, not so surprisingly, the piercing guitar solo that caps "Devil" stings even more here.

Bad Magic comes out on Aug. 28, and marks Motorhead's 22nd album and first since 2013's Aftershock and a string of health issues for Kilmister. Several songs from the new album have already surfaced, including "Electricity," "Thunder & Lightning" and a handful of others.

The band recently launched a North American tour in support of the record that will keep the trio on the road through September. You can see a list of those dates below.

8/27 — Salt Lake City, Utah
8/28 — Denver, Col.
9/1 — Austin, Texas
9/2 — San Antonio, Texas
9/4 — Dallas, Texas
9/5 — Houston, Texas
9/8 — St Louis, Mo.
9/9 — Indianapolis, Ind.
9/11 — Chicago, Ill.
9/12 — Detroit, Mich.
9/15 — Wallingford, Ct.
9/16 — Wantagh, N.Y.
9/19 — Toronto, Ontario
9/22 — Philadelphia, Pa.
9/23 — Charlotte, N.C.
9/25 — Orlando, Fla.

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