R.I.P. MOTÖRHEAD Frontman Lemmy Kilmister, 1945 – 2015

Lemmy Kilmister was only 70 years old

Motorhead icon Lemmy laughed about appearing on stage as a ghost after his death in one his last-ever interviews.

Glenn Hughes has described Lemmy as “the real dang deal” and “the originator” in his tribute to the Motorhead leader.

Lemmy dead at 70

Motorhead frontman Lemmy has died at the age of 70, after being told he was suffering an aggressive form of cancer.

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has mourned the loss of his friend Lemmy.

Metallica have called late Motorhead leader Lemmy their hero, adding that he’s one of the main reason the band got together in the first place.

Former Guns n’Roses drummer Matt Sorum has proudly recalled his stint with Motorhead in the aftermath of mainman Lemmy’s death.

Former Motorhead guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke says “the world seems like a really empty place” now his former leader Lemmy has died.

5 Reasons Lemmy Is God

We all know Lemmy is God – here is affirmation for your faith.

Inimitable singer and bassist Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead and Hawkwind, died yesterday. He was 70.

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has recalled a “fanboy moment” as his favourite Lemmy story.
Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell wants Lemmy’s fans to celebrate his life rather than mourn his death.
Iron Maiden have said farewell to Lemmy, saying the Motorhead icon “played a great set.”
Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee has confirmed the band’s career has ended following the death of mainman Lemmy.
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has detailed how big a part Lemmy played in his decision to form his first band.
Motorhead manager Todd Singerman has revealed how Lemmy took the news of his cancer diagnosis better than anyone else.
Motorhead icon Lemmy has been credited with saving Twisted Sister’s career, keeping Captain Sensible awake, improving Keith Emerson’s knife collection, helping William DuVall stay on the road and advising Terrorvision not to waste stamps.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi thinks Lemmy didn’t want people to know about the pain he was in before he died.
Saxon frontman Biff Byford has bid farewell to Motorhead counterpart Lemmy after nearly four decades of friendship.
Hawkwind mainman Dave Brock has recalled the band’s decision to fire Lemmy in 1975 – and the jokes both parties made about it afterwards.

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