Motörhead’s Lemmy says Radiohead are ‘not very good’ – watch

Band also considering releasing an acoustic album and covers record

Motörhead frontman Lemmy has revealed that he’s not a fan of Radiohead.

The singer recently spoke to Consequence Of Sound about how his band have kept going after so many years.

When the interviewer referred to bands like Radiohead changing their sound with every album, Lemmy said: “And they’re not very good”.

“Not a Radiohead fan?” the journalist asked, to which Lemmy replied: “No”.


Unlike Radiohead, Lemmy admitted that Motörhead “are getting kind of samey. We play fast and hard. A lot of the albums sound the same. They’re not, you know, but the sound is generally.”

Lemmy added that the band have considered releasing an acoustic album and covers record.

Listen to the full interview below.

Motörhead tour the UK in January 2016, starting in Newcastle and ending in London, in support of new album ‘Bad Magic’, released in August.

The band were recently forced to cancel a series of shows, as well as cut some short, due to frontman Lemmy’s ill health.

Motörhead will play:

Newcastle City Hall (January 23, 2016)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (24)
Manchester O2 Apollo (26)
Swindon Oasis (27)
London Eventim Apollo (29)