Motorhead just keep on rocking, and this year saw the release of their latest live collection, 'The World Is Ours, Vol. 2 -- Anyplace Crazy as Anywhere Else.' Just in time for the holiday rush, Ultimate Classic Rock is offering you a chance to win this standout set on both vinyl and Blu-ray.
As the election approaches, more and more classic rockers are endorsing presidential candidates. Lemmy Kilmister didn't say he's voting for Barack Obama in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, but the Motorhead singer did beg readers not to vote for Mitt Romney before calling the former Massachusetts Governor a "f---ing monster."
Death, taxes and Motorhead. Three things you can always count on in this ongoing question mark of a world. Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee recently spoke with Artisan News about the latest in the world of Lemmy & Co. "We're going to finish our studio album," he said. "We have a lot of songs done already. We're going to keep writing and recording ... It'll come out next year."
Legendary rocker Lemmy Kilmister has never been one to mince words at any point in his 40-plus years of making music, so why should he be concerned what people think of him now?
There are only three certainties in life: death, taxes, and more Motorhead live albums. The venerable hard rock and metal band has announced the upcoming release of 'The World Is Ours - Vol 2: Anyplace Crazy as Anywhere Else,' which will arrive in Germany on Sept. 21, Sept. 24 in Europe, and Oct. 9 in North America through UDR/EMI. The upcoming project is the follow-up to 2011's 'The World Is Ours - Vol 1: Everywhere Further Than Everyplace Else,' the group's sixth live album.
The famous 'Bomber' light rig has been a highlight of Motorhead shows since the late '70s, but it's put band members at risk on more than one occaision. Fans love when the giant, steel airplane lowers to the stage and out over the first few rows of the audience. Lemmy Kilmister and drummer Mikkey Dee … they've learned to respect it.