Motörhead’s ‘Ace Of Spades’ enters UK Top 20 following death of frontman Lemmy

Lemmy passed away from cancer on December 28

Motorhead’s classic 1980 track ‘Ace Of Spades’ has re-entered the UK Top 20 following the death of frontman Lemmy Kilmister.

Lemmy passed away on December 28 following a short battle with cancer. He was aged 70.

Following the sad news, fans grouped together to try and get the single to Number One as a tribute to the star, setting up a Facebook page dedicated to the cause.

However, the song has now peaked at Number 13, having previously reach Number 15 when it was first released in 1980.

Hear the track below.

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber has set a UK Singles Chart record by occupying the top three slots of this week’s countdown.

Bieber’s ‘Love Yourself’ is at Number One, while ‘Sorry’ is Number Two ‘What Do You Mean?’ is Number Three.