Yesterday (July 1), it was revealed that Motorhead regretfully had to cancel their remaining European tour dates due to frontman Lemmy Kilmister’s failing health, with drummer Mikkey Dee expressing concern over his bandmate's condition. Now, just a day later, Kilmister and the band have issued a statement to their fans, apologizing for the cancellations and giving a personal update on his status, including his promise to return to fighting form.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been suffering from some serious health issues in recent weeks, forcing the legendary rock and roll band to cancel various European tour dates. As Kilmister's health problems have piled on, it has been revealed that under doctor's orders, Lemmy needs to rest up, thus forcing Motorhead to cancel their remaining string of European shows.
Huntress are ready to take things to the next level and helping send them on their way is Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister. The legendary musician recently spent time co-writing a new track with the band called 'I Want to F--- You to Death' that will appear on Huntress' forthcoming album, 'Starbound Beast.'
Most know Lemmy Kilmister for his time with Motorhead, but the singer has been carrying the hard rocking torch for much of the rock and roll era. As a teenager influenced by the Beatles, young Lemmy rocked in such pre-fame bands as The Rainmakers, the Motown Sect and eventually The Rockin' Vickers, a group that earned him his first record deal back in 1965.
After making its debut in late 2008, 'That Metal Show' quickly became one of VH1 Classic's most popular shows. Nearly every big name in hard rock and classic metal has made an appearance on the program, which will begin taping their 12th season later this month in Los Angeles. Hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine all return for the new season that premieres June 1.