The world's loudest rock 'n' roll / heavy metal band, Motorhead, has just released the first single from 'Aftershock,' the group's 21st studio album. The new song 'Crying Shame' is now available for your headbanging pleasure.

Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been experiencing some health issues lately, having a defibrillator inserted into his chest and suffering from a hematoma, leading to various show cancellations. Motorhead even had to cut their 2013 Wacken performance short due to Lemmy's ailments. The band, along with Lemmy himself, have released official statements throughout the frontman's tumultuous year, urging fans that the legend is doing fine and not to worry.

Hopefully, we'll be able to hear 'Crying Shame' live sometime in the near-future, but for now, fans are able to indulge themselves in a new Motorhead track. 'Crying Shame' sounds like … well … Motorhead! The hooks are catchy, the piece chugs along with pure rock intensity and Lemmy sounds pretty damn good as well. The song is currently streaming exclusively at Rolling Stone.

'Crying Shame' is not the only new 'Aftershock' single that fans can currently hear. Yet another fresh Motorhead cut, 'Heartbreaker,' is currently spinning exclusively on Sirius XM's 'Liquid Metal' and 'Ozzy's Boneyard' channels.

To hear Motorhead's new single 'Crying Shame,' click the red button below.