Legendary Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been battling various health-related issues over the past year, leaving many fans worried about the beloved musician. Conflicting reports on Lemmy's health have been surfacing ever since, and in a new interview, Motorhead manager Todd Singerman has detailed how Lemmy has been "up and down."
After teasing a Motorhead appearance earlier in the day, the complete Coachella 2014 lineup was revealed late Wednesday night (Jan. 8). This year's event features the reunion of hip-heroes OutKast, alterna-rockers Muse and Grammy winners Arcade Fire headlining the three nights, though there is still plenty of rock to go around.
The annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has a diverse lineup every year, but the event is not known for having a lot of metal acts. You're more likely to see hip-hop artists like 2 Chainz, Snoop Dogg and Wu-Tang Clan or indie and alt rock bands like Mumford & Sons, Black Keys and Radiohead. But in 2014, Motorhead will be performing at Coachella.
Dear Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,
For the second year in a row, you nominated, but ultimately denied induction to Deep Purple. Fans of the legendary hard rock / heavy metal act were disappointed by the snub last year, but as Deep Purple were once again passed over for the 2014 ceremony, the Internet has blown up with serious vitriol against your Hall of Fame.
The health of Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been a talking point among fans for a while now. Along with getting a defibrillator inserted into his chest, Lemmy suffered a hematoma and has been forced to cancel a number of shows this year. In a new interview, Kilmister chalks up his health issues as "paying for the good times."
Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister may not be touring this holiday season, but fans of the iconic rocker can still get their Lemmy fix this fall thanks to KnuckleBonz. The company, creators of the Rock Iconz music collectible series, have announced that they've partnered with Global Merchandising Services to offer a high end, limited edition collectible Lemmy statue.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been suffering from a myriad of health problems as of late, but things seem to be looking up for the rock 'n' roll legend, as Motorhead have announced rescheduled tour dates! Just last week, Motorhead postponed their entire late 2013 European trek, as Lemmy admitted he still needed more time off the road to focus on his health. Now, it looks as if Lemmy will be ready to roll in a few months, as the band has announced they will return to the stage in February.