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.
Motörhead's new video for the song "Heartbreaker", from the metal trio's new album Aftershock, has debuted online. "Heartbreaker" incorporates concert footage from this year's Metal Hammer Golden Gods awards ceremony in the U.K., a 2010 Manchester gig and several 2011 shows (including Rock In Rio, Wacken Open Air Festival and Teatro Caupolicán in Santiago, Chile). Watch the video here which also features sketch art created by frontman/bassist Lemmy Kilmister.
Here it is folks, Motörhead's brand new album Afterschock is now available online in full for you to enjoy at this location. The legendary band is giving fans the chance to stream the new album a week before its release. Be sure to tell us what you think about the final product.
Motörhead, the legendary act, will release Aftershock on October 22nd, which is album number 21 for Lemmy and company, but you are in luck because there is another new song streaming online. Find the best pair of headphones or speakers and listen to the track "Queen Of The Damned" right here.
Motörhead have already released countless records and influenced many bands. This year, the legendary British group is releasing a new beast called Aftershock and they don't want to keep you waiting any longer. The first song unleashed from the album, "Crying Shame", is already available for streaming here. You know what to do, just enjoy.
British legends Motörhead (no pressure) have unveiled the cover that will grace their new album Aftershock. You can feast your eyes on the cover art below right now. On October 21st, Motörhead will deliver their 21st studio album to date which was recorded at NRG Studios in North Hollywood and features 14 new songs.
Heavy metal legends Motörhead have finally revealed another piece of the puzzle of their new album which is titled Aftershock and follows The Wörld Is Yours. You can take a look at the album's final tracklist below. You can expect the band's new album in the autumn and you sure know what it will sound like.
While their last update promised that Motörhead would be back for the summer shows, it turns out that European fans will have to wait a bit more to see the band live again. The British group has cancelled the remaining shows of their European tour as a result of mainman Lemmy's health issues. The doctors ordered him to rest. The Belgian festival Lokerse Feesten has released a statement from the band.
Motörhead have decided to end speculation about the health of the legendary frontman Lemmy Kilmister. The British veterans were forced to cancel a few shows recently. According to their update, Lemmy is alive and kicking and you can indeed expect more shows from the band this summer and the new album Aftershock in the fall.
Motörhead have announced that they were forced to cancel their appearance in Milan, Italy on June 25th. The band "regret it very much but will make it up to all the fans as soon as possible." The same message was issued by the band for their cancellation at the See-Rock Festival in Austria, which happened this past weekend.
British icons Motörhead have confirmed officially that their new studio album will be called Aftershock. The new album is expected out in September and the band worked with longtime producer Cameron Webb. Tentative song titles include "Dust And Glass", "Knife", "Lost Woman Blues", "Death Machine", "Heartbreaker" and "Going To Mexico". The Wörld Is Yours is the band's most recent album but was released back in 2010. Prepare for some more Rock N' Roll from Motörhead which will release the 21st album of their career.