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."
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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.
Despite releasing a stellar new album, 'Aftershock,' it's been a tough year for Motörhead as frontman Lemmy Klimister has dealt with a variety of health issues that have kept him off the road. While the band has vowed to return to the road and have played a few shows this year, Lemmy has revealed he's still not fully recovered and the group will postpone dates until early next year.
Motörhead have been kicking around for nearly 40 years now, churning out albums at a feverish pace since 1977. ‘Aftershock’ marks their 21st studio album and sounds exactly how fans expect it to sound: like Motörhead. Lemmy Kilmister and company have never strayed from the path of fast-paced rock ‘n’ roll with the ethos of ‘Everything Louder Than Everything Else.’ There is no such thing as a bad Motörhead album, just ones that are better. In the case of ‘Aftershock,’ it happens to be one of the band’s best.