Yes, the Cage Match is usually reserved for brand new hard rock tracks vying for attention or classic cuts just adding to their legacy, but every once in a while, we here at Loudwire see a matchup that is just too good to pass up. As such, this Cage Match is a battle featuring two unique takes on a Motorhead classic.
It's still hard to believe that perhaps metal's greatest voice, Ronnie James Dio, was silenced over three years ago. In celebration of Dio's life and unparalleled career, many of rock and metal's biggest names have joined forces to record the ultimate tribute album, 'Ronnie James Dio: This is Your Life.'
After a successful inaugural Rise Above Fest in 2012, Seether are bringing the event to a new venue in 2014. This year, Avenged Sevenfold will be the headliners for the May 10 festival in Bangor, Maine. Seether will of course be on the bill, as will Motorhead, Hellyeah, Trivium, Kyng, Devour the Day, Black Stone Cherry, Muckler's Circle and Skindred.
Easily one of the most anticipated albums of last year, Motorhead's 'Aftershock' was very well-received by fans and critics alike. Professing "crunchy, greasy, punky, bluesy, gutsy rock 'n' roll," Motorhead's latest album is best heard spinning around a turntable. For fans who want to enter into a whole new level of appreciation for 'Aftershock,' they should look no further than the vinyl edition of the album.
We've got a fantastic health update from legendary Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister. Having imbibed a tremendous amount of alcohol, cigarettes and speed throughout his career, Lemmy is starting to live a much healthier life. The frontman was forced to step back from his hard-partying ways in 2013 due to serious health issues, and in a new interview, Lemmy discusses the details of his lifestyle change.
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."