Bomber is the third studio album by English metal band Motörhead, originally released in October 1979 by Bronze Records.
Recorded in late summer 1979 and released by the end of the year, Bomber quickly followed up Overkill, Motörhead's landmark breakthrough album from earlier in the year.
Bomber bears a lot in common with its fan-favourite predecessor. The music explodes on song after song, thanks to the crazed performances of the band as well as the well-overdriven, ear-rattling production perfection.
There are a couple killers here, namely "Dead Men Tell No Tales", "Stone Dead Forever", and "Bomber", making it a top-shelf Motörhead album, one of their all-time best, without question.
Bomber kicks ass, and its best moments are as superlative as any Motörhead would ever record. The band was really on fire during this point in time and could seemingly do no wrong.