After having to cut their set short on Aug. 2 at Germany's Wacken Festival due to Lemmy Kilmister's health, Motorhead have urged fans not to worry about the frontman. Guitarist Phil Campbell has even told fans to ignore rumors perpetuated by "a--hole tweeters."
Legendary Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister apparently suffered another health setback during the band's set at the Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany tonight (Aug. 2). While no specific announcement was made, the band cut its set short after playing only six songs.
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.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has been suffering from a few serious health issues lately, but as we all hoped, the man known to some as "God" isn't going down quite yet. In fact, the rock icon is currently alive, breathing, talking, f---ing, drinking, eating and even reading!
Motorhead were forced to cancel Saturday's (June 22) concert at Austria's See-Rock Festival and have scrubbed their June 25 show in Milan as well. The reason? According to a Facebook post by the Italian promoter, frontman Lemmy Kilmister suffered a hematoma and was unable to go onstage.
Legendary Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister may seem like an immortal figure, namely God, but the musician recently went through an operation for serious heart issues. We hate to burst your bubble, but Lemmy is simply a man -- a man who now has a defibrillator embedded into his chest.
What a sad world this would be if Motorhead did not exist. In fact, that almost happened, but Ted Carroll of Chiswick Records signed the band shortly after attending what was supposed to be Motorhead's final show in 1977.
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