Back in October, Lemmy said he is "ready for death," but the Motorhead singer might be having second thoughts. In a new interview, he reveals just how tough a time he's had in dealing with being sidelined by his recent health issues.
They say life’s only guarantees are death and taxes. But when it comes to loud, fast and deliciously toxic rock 'n' roll, there’s one more thing that discerning mere mortals have been able to rely on for nearly 40 years: the mighty Motorhead.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister addressed his recent health issues in characteristically badass fashion, claiming he's ready for death when it comes. The 67-year-old rocker also said he has no regrets, and has stopped drinking Jack and Cokes, on doctor's orders.
Frontman Lemmy still has some health concerns, but they don't seem to be slowing down Motorhead a bit. The band is set to release their 21st studio album, 'Aftershock,' on Oct. 21 in the U.K. and a day later in the U.S, and they'll hit the road with a series of concert dates this fall.
Video has surfaced of the show Motorhead had to cut short on Friday (July 2) because of Lemmy Kilmister's health problems. The professionally filmed video contains approximately 12 minutes of the 30-minute set the band played at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany.
Last night (Aug. 2), Motorhead were forced to abandon their performance at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany because of Lemmy's health. While we have no official word from the band on Lemmy's condition, organizers of the festival have issued a statement on the situation.
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