As you probably know, Motörhead have been cancelling several shows recently on their North American tour. It seems that frontman Lemmy Kilmister was suffering from a lung infection which deteriorated with the altitude but the band vows to return to the stage tonight on their show in St. Louis.
Motörhead's current North American tour is still not running smoothly. Because of frontman Lemmy Kilmister health issues, the metallers have had to cancel their Dallas and Houston appearances as well. Saxon still played in each city. Lemmy fully intends to resume touring duties as, and when, his doctors give him the all-clear. So, it is still unclear whether or not Motörhead will perform on the next shows on the tour. Keep an eye on the band's official websites for regular updates on that.
It happened again. After their Utah show being stopped after a few songs, Motörhead's legendary frontman Lemmy Kilmister stopped the band's show in Austin, Texas last night again and admitted: "I can't do it." Motörhead had already cancelled their Riot Fest in Denver as well due to continued health issues of Lemmy Kilmister. At this point, it's fair to ask if it's healthy for Lemmy to even be playing live if he is not well. So far, things have not been going so well on their North American tour in support of Bad Magic.
While Motörhead should be celebrating the release of their new album, Bad Magic, things aren't going well for Lemmy of late and in the last few years. After the band was forced to cut short a show in Salt Lake City earlier in the week after the 69 year-old frontman had some breathing problems, they ended up canceling their performance at the Riot Fest for the same reasons. Motörhead played just 4 songs in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Motörhead cover version of The Rolling Stones classic "Sympathy For The Devil" has premiered online and can be streamed at this location. The song is taken from band's much-anticipated 22nd studio album, Bad Magic, which will be released later this week on August 28th. At the same location, you can listen to three other new songs from the record that include "Victory Or Die," "Evil Eye" and "Shoot Out All Your Lights".
The new music continues, this time around with a new song from Motörhead. The legendary band has just premiered their brand new lyric video for the tune "Electricity." By now, you are probably aware that the heavy metal titans' upcoming 22nd studio album, Bad Magic, is due out on August 28th this year via UDR Music/Motörhead Music. Stream the new track below, and let us know what you think about it.
Motörhead will embark on a North American tour this summer. These North American shows start in mid-August, with Saxon, Crobot and Anthrax as special guests on select dates, before ending with the Motörboat cruise between September 28th and October 2nd from Miami, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas. Motörhead is of course touring to present their forthcoming new record, Bad Magic.
The new Motörhead album is coming and it's some Bad Magic! The legendary British band will release their 22nd studio album on August 28th 2015 via UDR Music/Motörhead Music. Moreover, in their 40th anniversary year, the band also announces a 40th anniversary European tour in the fall. The new record Bad Magic was written and recorded in the studio together, for the first time in the Kilmister/Campbell/Dee era. Words like "loud, relentless, uncompromising and heavy as ever" are being used to describe the release.
Legendary British metallers Girlschool are gearing up to tour North America for the first time in 20 years, and it's happening this May. Girlschool will be previewing tracks from its new album, Guilty As Sin, set for release later this summer via UDR Music and, as a special treat, will be selling a special-edition EP titled Propaganda!.
Motörhead's South American tour dates didn't begin on a high note, quite the contrary. The legendary band was forced to pull out of the Monsters Of Rock Festival in Brazil over the weekend. Bassist/vocalist Lemmy Kilmister came down ill just hours before and the band cancelled their performance, sadly for Brazilian fans. However, guitarist Phil Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee did have a jam session with Sepultura members. The good news is that Lemmy is doing better now and the band will continue the South America dates.
Motörhead recently returned to the studio to begin work on their 22nd studio album. The heavy metal legendary band released their latest album in 2013, Aftershock, but the band also faced a tough time after cancelling shows due to health issues of frontman Lemmy Kilmister. All of that seems behind them now as they are currently recording in Los Angeles with their longtime producer Cameron Web. Check out below some of the pics from the recording process.
The new Motörhead video has premiered online and it is for the song "Lost Woman Blues". The song is, of course, taken from the band's latest album Aftershock released last year. The video for the song "Lost Woman Blues" was filmed live from The Warfield in San Francisco on April 18th, 2014. You can now watch the video over here.
Metal cruises seem to be the next big thing. We have 70000 Tons Of Metal, Barge To Hell, Progressive Nation At Sea, and now we also have Motörhead's first annual cruise MotörBoat, supposedly the loudest boat in the world! This cruise is happening in September this year and the first artists confirmed are none other than: Motörhead, Megadeth, Anthrax, Zakk Wylde, Jim Breuer, Danko Jones, Fireball Ministry, and Wilson.
Things just don't seem to get better for Motörhead. After postponing their European tour last year and rescheduling it for this year, Motörhead now announce the cancellation of the European tour, that had been scheduled to start in February 2014. Lemmy Kilmister is dealing with health issues related to diabetes and it is still too soon to go out on tour. Even though he wants to rock out, health comes first. With all the cancellations, the band hasn't been able to showcase their new album Aftershock live very much.