Ghost Cult caught up with Motörhead/Scorpions/King Diamond drumming legend Mikkey Dee to discuss the deluxe version of the band’s last album – “Bad Magic” from 2015 … “Seriously Bad Magic!” The new record is out now via Silver Lining Music. Mikkey discussed the new release, presenting the “lost” tracks, his relationship with Phil Campbell, the trouble with the media, protecting Lemmy’s legacy, working with producer Cameron Webb, and if Motörhead will ever get into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame!
After a two-year absence due to Covid, one of the biggest heavy metal festivals in the world, Hellfest in Clisson, France, returned with two sold-out weekends packed with some of the biggest names in rock and metal music. It also hosted the first international memorialization of the Grammy-award-winning rock legend, Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, with a ceremony featuring band members Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee which was witnessed by tens of thousands of fans. ”It was a very unique ceremony for a very rare and much loved man,”said Motörhead’s manager Todd Singerman, “Lemmy was a true road warrior, and starting with this historicHellfest ceremony, we can continue to make sure he remains one.”
Today is Motörhead Day, May the 8th 2021, in which metal fans can celebrate one of the greatest bands ever and the memory of Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister! A day full of Motörhead activities and activations is happening today in which fans can participate. Use the hashtag #8thofmay and share your love of the band today
Recorded in front of twelve thousand rabid fans at the Berlin Velodrom in December 2012, Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin (Silver Lining Music) is the sound of British rock legends Motörhead doing what they did best. Playing rock ‘n’ roll at the loudest possible volume and making lots of drunk people bang their sweaty heads until they either threw up or passed out. Motörhead shows were fantastic, weren’t they?
Sons of Anarchyspin-off seriesMayans MC jhas gone to the rock,, metal, and punk well again this year for season 3. After featuring Motörhead, favorite band in the MC culture, now The Misfits’ “Where Eagles Dare” can be heard in episode six, performed on the fictitious “meth mountain.” Continue reading →
Sons of Anarchyspin-off seriesMayans MC just debuted their third season on FX, and like its predecessor, music figures prominently in its storytelling. Motörhead is a legendary favorite band in the MC culture, so it’s no surprise to hear their classic track “Killed By Death” pop up in the season three premiere. The single “Killed By Death” was originally released on Bronze Records on 1st September 1984, produced by Vic Maile and Guy Bidmead. The lineup on this album was Lemmy, Phil Campbell, Wurzel, and Pete Gill.Continue reading →
Abby K is back once again with another video in the series for her recent EP,Live From The Playroom, out now. Watch Abby K and her band take names and kick ass on this cover of the classic Motorhead anthem, “Ace of Spades!” Watch the clip, and purchase and stream the EP at the link below! Continue reading →
Motörhead’s continues their 40th-anniversary celebrations for Ace Of Spades, with the deluxe edition releasing on October 30th. with a new podcast mini-series of Motörcast’s telling stories from the recording studio, on the road, behind the scenes based around that classic album. Told through interviews with a selection of guests who were in the midst of the Motör-machine during 1980 and 1981, the teaser trailer for the Ace Of Spades, Motörcast is available now on all podcast platforms below. Episode one will go live next week, with subsequent episodes released every two weeks. Make sure you subscribe to the series!
Forty years after its release, Ace of Spades by Motörhead continue to reverberate with fans. The band has released a new animated lyric video for a previously unreleased live version of “Shoot You In The Back”, recorded in Orleans in 1981. The full concert is available as part of the Ace Of Spades4 0th-anniversary box set.Continue reading →