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Motörhead continued to gain momentum, as their concerts were selling well and Bomber, the follow-up to Overkill, reached number 12 upon its fall release.
The band was doing so well that UA released the rejected album at the end of the year as On Parole. Ace of Spades, released in the fall of , became a number four hit, while the single of the same name reached number Ace of Spades became Motörhead's first American album, but they were making little headway in the U.
Back in England, the situation could hardly have been more different. Motörhead were at the peak of their popularity in , releasing a hit collaboration with the all-female group Girlschool entitled Headgirl and entering the charts at number one with their live album No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith.
Though the group was rising commercially, there was tension within the band, particularly between Clarke and Lemmy.
Clarke left the band during the supporting tour for 's Iron Fist, reportedly angered by Kilmister's planned collaboration with Wendy O.
The new lineup released Another Perfect Day in the summer of , which was a disappointment, only reaching number 20 in the U.
Robertson left two months later, replaced by two guitarists: This lineup released a single, "Killed by Death," in September of , but shortly afterward the group left Bronze and the label filed an injunction against the band.
As a result, Motörhead were prevented from releasing any recordings -- including a bizarre collaboration between Lemmy and page-three girl Samantha Fox -- for two years.
Motörhead finally returned to action in , first with a track on the charity compilation Hear 'n Aid and later with the Bill Laswell-produced Orgasmatron, which was released on their new label, GWR.
Orgasmatron was successful with the band's still-dedicated cult audience in England and America, and received some of the group's best reviews to date.
The following year, they released Rock 'N' Roll, which was equally successful. Taylor briefly rejoined the band in , appearing on that year's , before Mikkey Dee, formerly of King Diamond, took over on drums.
Dee's first album with the band was 's March or Die, which didn't chart in the U. WTG dropped the band after the album's release and they started their own label, appropriately called Motörhead, which was distributed through ZYX.
Their first album for the label was 's Bastards. For the remainder of the '90s, Motörhead concentrated on touring more than recording.
Outside of the band, Lemmy appeared in insurance commercials in Britain. In , the group moved to the metal-oriented indie label Receiver and released Stone Dead Forever; the live Everything Louder Than Everyone Else followed in , and a year later they returned with We Are Motörhead.
Hammered appeared in and was followed by 's Inferno. A collection of all-new material, Kiss of Death, arrived in , followed by Motorizer in In , Motörhead embarked on a 35th anniversary tour in support of their 20th studio album, The Wörld Is Yours, which was released under a new deal with German label UDR.
After taking an enforced break in to allow Lemmy to recover from laryngitis, the band started writing for its next album. Decamping to NRG Studios in North Hollywood to work with producer Cameron Webb, they recorded Aftershock, one of their most aggressive albums in years, which was released in October However, while Motörhead's fan base was as strong as ever, Lemmy was not -- years of drinking and smoking began to catch up with the group's leader by this time well into his mid-sixties.
He struggled with heart problems and diabetes, and in , the rocker was fitted with an internal defibrillator to regulate his heartbeat.
A pair of European festival dates had to be canceled when Lemmy was diagnosed with a hematoma, and Motörhead were forced to cut their set short at the Wacken Open Air Festival when Lemmy lacked the strength to continue.
The seemingly indestructible Lemmy finally made concessions to his health, giving up cigarettes and replacing bourbon and cola with wine and the occasional vodka; by the end of , Motörhead were back in business.
They resumed their busy touring schedule, and in early entered the studio to begin work on a new album. The finished product, titled XXX: Bad Magic, was released in late August Sadly, Lemmy's health continued to decline, and the day after Christmas, he was diagnosed with cancer.
He died two days later on December 28, The band's last record turned out to be a recording of two typically blistering sold-out shows at Munich's Zenith concert hall only a month prior to his death.
The resulting live album, Clean Your Clock, was released in spring and was the year-old band's final offering, following their understandable decision not to continue without their much-loved frontman.
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In April , a DVD of some of Motörhead's performances from the s and s along with some stock footage of the band was released as The Best of Motörhead.
Two weeks earlier, the Hammered album was released and supported by the "Hammered" tour, which kicked off in the States at around the same time.
The final venue was the Wembley Arena in London, where instead of Psycho Squad, the band were supported by Hawkwind, with Lemmy performing "Silver Machine" on stage with them.
Throughout the rest of October and better part of November, the band were on a European tour with Anthrax. In April and May , the band continued to promote the Hammered album in the States, and on the three dates Phil Campbell had to miss, his mother having died, Todd Youth stood in for him.
On 7 October a comprehensive five-disc collection of the band's recordings covering — was released as Stone Deaf Forever!
The band performed seven shows across Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain between 21 and 28 October and from late-November until early-December they were in Germany and Switzerland, touring with Skew Siskin and Mustasch.
On 9 December, the previously recorded Live at Brixton Academy album was released. They had already spent time in the studio, working on Inferno , which was released on 22 June and followed by the "Inferno" tour of Ireland with Class of Zero for three dates.
Joined by Sepultura , the tour hit Great Britain. Würzel guested on "Overkill". The band continued the tour with Sepultura across Europe through the rest of November and December.
At the show in Magdeburg , Germany on 4 December Motörhead joined Sepultura on stage during their support slot playing the song "Orgasmatron", in celebration of Sepultura's 20th Anniversary.
Motörhead picked up their first Grammy in the awards of in the Best Metal Performance category for their cover of Metallica 's " Whiplash " on Metallic Attack: If they gave us a Grammy for one of our albums or songs, it would mean something.
Motörhead finished the year's tours in December, with two engagements in New Zealand and five in Australia with Mötley Crüe. In , the band performed a four-date House of Blues tour in the States in March with Meldrum and from June until early August played at European open-air festivals with some indoor headlining shows.
Twelve shows in Europe with Meldrum took them through the end of November to early December, the first two shows also featuring Skew Siskin. In November, the band agreed to a sponsorship deal with the Greenbank B unders football team from North Hykeham , Lincoln , putting the band's name as well as War-Pig on the team's shirts; the unders run out to "Ace of Spades".
Lemmy is old friends with Gary Weight, the team's manager; Weight "sent an email off to them and they came back and said it was a great idea" and hopes the deal will draw inspired performances from his team.
From March through to June , the band convened in Los Angeles with producer Cameron Webb to begin work on their 19th album Motörizer.
Mikkey Dee's drum tracks were recorded at Dave Grohl 's studio. Motörizer was released on 26 August. It does not feature artwork by Joe Petagno, the artist who designed many of their classic covers.
In June the band performed on the main stage of the Download festival. The band concluded the tour without the supporting bands, playing one more show at the Roseland Ballroom on 20 September, and the final engagement, at The Stone Pony , Asbury Park , New Jersey on 21 September.
On 30 September, Reuters reported that Neverdie Studios had signed a deal with Lemmy and Motörhead to develop and market Lemmy's Castle and Motorhead Stadium inside the virtual world of Entropia Universe , an online universe.
He's always on time. We go on stage, no delays. Being in bands where you have to wait around for a couple of hours fucks you up.
On The Damned's official website, Captain Sensible said: He's the real deal, the absolute antithesis to all that the likes of Simon Cowell stand for.
And for that we should all be grateful. This tour will be a celebration of all things rock 'n' roll Day, Lemmy stated that Motörhead would enter the studio in February "to rehearse, write and record" their 20th studio album, to be released by the end of the year.
In an interview with Hungarian television in July , drummer Mikkey Dee announced that the album was finished, with 11 tracks. The album's name was said to be The Wörld Is Yours.
To coincide with the release of their upcoming album, Motörhead embarked on a 35th Anniversary UK tour, from 8—28 November ,  and a European tour from 30 November — 19 December They also took their tour to the Americas in He did not give any details but said that it will come in a "beautiful package including many surprises".
On 17 January , it was announced that Motörhead would be part of the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth.
The Gigantour took place from 26 January to 28 February , but Motörhead missed the final four shows because Lemmy had a combination of an upper respiratory viral infection and voice strain, resulting in severe laryngitis.
Lemmy wrote on Facebook, "I'm giving my voice a good rest", hoping he would recover soon to play at the Mayhem Festival , which was held from 30 June to 5 August He replied, "We have not started writing any songs yet but we will.
We put out an album out every two years. I will continue to do that as long as I can afford an amp.
On 18 June , the new album's title was revealed to be Aftershock. In mid-November , Motörhead were due to embark on a European tour alongside Saxon , followed by a tour in Germany and Scandinavia due to last until mid December but the dates were postponed and rescheduled for February and March due to Lemmy's health problems.
However, in January , Motörhead announced the cancellation of the new February and March dates of their European tour as Lemmy was still to reach full recovery from diabetes related health problems.
In a September interview on Full Metal Jackie , Lemmy stated that Motörhead would "probably" enter the studio in January to start work on their 22nd studio album for a tentative late release.
On 4 June the new album which would be their last Bad Magic was launched for pre-order on Amazon, revealing its title and cover art which also shows the "XXXX", coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the band.
The album was released on 28 August While touring the album as the "40th anniversary Tour", Motörhead had to cut short their Salt Lake City show on 27 August in the Rocky Mountains due to Lemmy's breathing problems  the result of an altitude sickness and then they had to cancel completely day-off their Denver Riot Fest set on 28 August Their tour picked up again on 1 September at Emo's in Austin, Texas moved from Cedar Park Center but the group were again forced to abandon their set after three songs [nb 1] and to cancel subsequent shows from the show on 2 September in San Antonio , Texas to the show on 5 September in Houston , Texas included.
Despite his ongoing health issues forcing Motörhead to cut short or cancel several US shows,   [nb 2] [nb 3] Lemmy Kilmister was able to bounce back in time for the trio's annual Motörboat heavy metal cruise from Miami to the Bahamas which ran from 28 September through 2 October including performances by bands such as Slayer , Anthrax , Exodus , Suicidal Tendencies and Corrosion of Conformity.
For this occasion, Motörhead performed live two entire identical sets on 30 September and 1 October They played concerts in Germany, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
After Lemmy's death, drummer Mikkey Dee spoke in an interview about him: He spent all his energy on stage and afterwards he was very, very tired.
It's incredible that he could even play, that he could finish the Europe tour. It was only 20 days ago.
On 28 December , Lemmy died, four days after celebrating his 70th birthday. He was the second Motörhead member to die in , following Phil Taylor the previous month.
The band posted the following message on Facebook:. There is no easy way to say this He had learnt of the disease on December 26th, and was at home, sitting in front of his favorite video game from The Rainbow which had recently made its way down the street, with his family.
We will say more in the coming days, but for now, please Have a drink or few. Born to lose, lived to win.
The following day, drummer Mikkey Dee confirmed that Motörhead would not continue, stating, "Motörhead is over, of course.
We won't be doing any more tours or anything. And there won't be any more records. But the brand survives, and Lemmy lives on in the hearts of everyone.
A few days later, the band's long-time manager Todd Singerman told the press that Lemmy had experienced chest pains two days after his 70th birthday party held at Whisky a Go Go and visited into the emergency room, but was released the next day.
However, Singerman was concerned because Lemmy's speech was "getting bad" and took him to a brain scan.
On 26 December the doctor came into Lemmy's apartment, "brought the results and told us all that he has two to six months to live".
It's bad, and there's nothing anyone can do. I would be lying to you if I told you there was a chance. A video game console at the Rainbow Bar and Grill that Lemmy loved to play was brought to his apartment.
On 28 December , he spent hours on the console, and Rainbow owner Mikael Maglieri paid a visit. Lemmy died in his sleep later that day. An autopsy on Kilmister showed that the causes of death were prostate cancer, a cardiac arrhythmia, and congestive heart failure.
Former Motörhead guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke died on 10 January after a battle with pneumonia at the age of 67, making him the last member of the band's classic lineup following Taylor and Lemmy to die.
Although Motörhead is often considered a heavy metal band, Lemmy always described Motörhead's music as simply " rock and roll ". In , he said: We were a rock 'n' roll band.
Everyone always describes us as heavy metal even when I tell them otherwise. Why won't people listen?
Lemmy had stated that he generally felt more kinship with punk rockers than with heavy metal bands: Motörhead had engagements with fellow Brits The Damned , with whom he played bass on a handful of late s engagements,  as well as having penned the song " R.
Motörhead, Lemmy stated, have more in common aesthetically with The Damned than Black Sabbath , and nothing whatsoever in common with Judas Priest.
Lemmy said he felt little kinship with the speed metal bands Motörhead have inspired:. They've just got the wrong bit. They think that being fast and loud is the whole thing and it isn't.
The guitar solos are not really difficult for a guitar player, it's just playing scales. To be influenced by something, you're gonna have to play it the same.
The NME stated that their brief solos were just long enough " In view of the many ugly frogs in heavy metal who think they are God's gift to womankind these Quasimodos even seem charming in their own way".
Lemmy often played power chords in his basslines. When asked about whether he had begun as a rhythm guitarist, he stated:.
No, I play a lot of notes, but I also play a lot of chords. And I play a lot of open strings. I just don't play like a bass player. There are complaints about me from time to time.
It's not like having a bass player; it's like having a deep guitarist. The name "Motörhead" is a reference to users of the drug amphetamine.
The fanged face has been referred to variously as "War-Pig"  and "Snaggletooth". The umlaut character ö is possibly derived from the similar " heavy metal umlaut " in the name of their acquaintances Blue Öyster Cult.
However, this umlaut does not alter the pronunciation of the band's name. When asked if Germans pronounced the band "Motuuuurhead", Lemmy answered "No, they don't.
I only put it in there to look mean". Snaggletooth is the fanged face that serves as the symbol of Motörhead. Artist Joe Petagno drew it in for the cover of the band's debut album with designer Phil Smee who turned it into a negative and did the lettering to complete the logo ,  having met Lemmy while doing some work with Hawkwind.
The inspiration came from just being a naturally pissed-off bastard! And Lemmy's the same way! So it was bound to be an alchemal wedding of a more "primordial nature".
I did a lot of research on skull types and found a cross-breed gorilla-wolf-dog combination would work nicely with some oversized boars horns.
Lemmy added Helmet, chains, spit, spikes and grit. I shuddered when I saw it the first time. I thought, "Blimey, this ain't gonna go down that well", because it was just way over the top, then.
But I grew to love it It has remained a symbol of Motörhead throughout the years, with Petagno creating many variations of Snaggletooth, or as some have called it and written it down as War-Pig, for the covers of ensuing albums.
To date, only two of the original covers for Motörhead's 22 studio albums do not feature any variation of War-Pig on the cover: On Parole and Overnight Sensation of which, On Parole was never sanctioned by the band , and was in any case reissued with a black Snaggletooth on a white background.
Phil is wearing a Snaggletooth badge on the cover of Ace of Spades. The cover of "Iron Fist" depicts a metal gauntlet wearing four skull-shaped rings, one of which is Snaggletooth, while the rear of the album-sleeve shows a fully detailed 3-D metal sculpture of the symbol.
Originally the Snaggletooth design included a swastika on one of the helmet's spikes. This was painted out on later re-releases of the albums on CD.
On 21 September , Petagno announced that "there will be no more "HEADS" from my hand", citing irreconcilable differences between himself and the band's current management, Singerman Entertainment.
It has been a long, exciting and industrious journey, full of art and intuition, difference in repetition, and creative innovation.
I feel I accomplished something unique in Metal history over the last 31 years by breathing life again and again into a figment of my own imagination, an image or better an entity which has taken on a life of its own, which I actually believe goes beyond the music it was created to represent.
I'm damn proud of that! As many of you know, we have been working with Joe Petagno for 31 years. We always treated Joe fairly, and I would like to stress that at no time did my manager demand what Joe thinks he demanded — it is all a colossal misunderstanding.
We have always loved his artwork, obviously, and if he now decides to stop working with us, we have no choice but to use someone else. If Joe continues with us, no one would be more delighted than me.
If it's goodbye, Joe, I wish you well, but I hope, even at this stage, to be reconciled and continue our association.
Motörhead are well known in the professional wrestling world for performing wrestler Triple H 's entrance music, "The Game", which he has used as his entrance music since January Motörhead also provided the entrance music for Triple H's faction Evolution , entitled "Line in the Sand".
Motörhead have since performed a new entrance track for Triple H, entitled "King of Kings", which made its debut at WrestleMania From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses, see Motorhead disambiguation. Heavy metal rock and roll hard rock speed metal. Released in as a single from Motörhead. For a more comprehensive list, see List of Motörhead band members.
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