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Motörhead launch official range of sex toys

Band's 'Official Pleasure Collection' is available now

Motörhead have launched their own range of branded sex toys.

An array of four bullet- and torpedo-shaped vibrators adorned with the band’s logo have been made available to committed Motörhead fans. Dubbed ‘The Official Pleasure Collection’, the range is available from manufacturers Lovehoney oline and in stores now. It comes with the backing of Lemmy himself, who cited a song on the band’s debut album as the genesis of the unlikely merchandise.

“One of the songs on our debut album was called ‘Vibrator’ so we had to have our own one day, right? Apparently, it was worth the wait!” he said of the sex toys.

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Neal Slateford, co-founder of vibrator makers Lovehoney, added: “We designed these classic vibes for both fans of Motörhead and rock lovers, as well as those who just want a cool-looking toy to add to their collection. The range captures the rock’n’roll lifestyle of the band perfectly, and offers a unique counterpoint to the traditionally pink and purple toys that currently dominate the market.”

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

Motörhead will play:

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

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