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Listen to a previously unheard song from Motörhead’s Lemmy, ‘The Mask’

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A previously unheard song from Motörhead frontman Lemmy has been released for the first time. You can listen to the new song, called 'The Mask', below. Read more: Ian Fraser ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister 1945-2015 – A Life in Rock N Roll The song, which was originally recorded in 1979, was not finished by Lemmy until three decades later. Now, ten further years after that, the...

Slash reveals solo track originally featured Chester Bennington and says previously unheard demo could be released

Slash has revealed his solo track 'Doctor Alibi' originally featured vocals from Linkin Park's Chester Bennington before he got another rock icon to sing on the final version. 'Doctor Alibi' appeared on the Guns N' Roses guitarist's self-titled 2010 album and featured guest vocalist Lemmy Kilmister. However, in a new interview, Slash said that wasn't always his plan and...

Listen to Lemmy’s final solo recording, ‘We Are The Ones’

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Lemmy's final solo recording has been released nearly two years after his death. The Motörhead frontman died on December 28, 2015 from congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia. He had also been battling prostate cancer. He was 69 years of age. Approximately six months before his death, the metal icon collaborated with Chris Declercq on what would become his...

Watch a documentary on how the statue of Lemmy came to be

The rock world mourned when Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister, legendary Motörhead frontman, died from prostate cancer and heart failure in December 2015. Soon afterwards, Katon de Pena, vocalist for California thrash-metallers Hirax, launched a crowdfunding campaign to immortalise him with a statue. The campaign ended on $22,771 – more than the initial $21,000 goal – and the statue was erected in August. Now...

Metallica open up about the impact of Lemmy’s death

Metallica have paid a moving tribute to the late, great Lemmy - hailing the Motorhead frontman as their 'captain'. The metal heroes, whose new song 'Murder One' from upcoming album 'Hardwired...To Self Destruct' is written in honour of Lemmy, have said that not only is he the reason for their existence, but that he death inspires them to carry on. "I...