Produced by Stephen Menick. Edited by John Prete. Voiced by Craig Sechler.
An interesting one here… if you know me, you know the full story… Here’s Lemmy from rocksound 66 November 2004, although I may post up the transcript some time in the future – which is way more funny (and has Lemmy calling me a c**t). Rock on. As a side note, the interview was cast with Lemmy lounging on a sofa, and me perched on a window ledge as the only other available chair had a pile of dirty washing on (and we’re not about to air that here…)
WORDS: Ronnie Kerswell / PHOTOS: Nigel Crane
MYTHS AND LEGENDS EXPOSED!
Heard that Lemmy was once a taxi driver who taught Sid Vicious to play bass? rock sound asked the original ‘Hellraiser’ to explain himself…
Lemmy is from Wales but doesn’t speak the language
“I learned it at school but because you don’t use it, you loose it. It’s a…
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Motorhead Aftershock review
Motörhead stride out through their 38th year brandishing more swagger and attitude then your ears could begin to comprehend…
On October 21st, Motörhead’s 21st studio album is made available in the UK. Aftershock was recorded at NRG Studios in North Hollywood, and is a true leveller, a crushing confirmation of everything Motörhead stands for, fourteen belting statements which see Motörhead in perhaps their best writing form for years: there’s swagger, there’s punch, there’s speed and there’s dirty filthy grooves – Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee showing clearly that Motörhead is not simply a band, it’s a genre!
That genre, more than ever, resonates with hearty independence and swashbuckle. Whether it’s“Heartbreaker” throwing hooks and riffs into your head, the double-kick concussiveness of “Paralyzed” with Campbell’s fuelled attack, or the thunderous ride-off-the-Rickenbacker Motörcharge of “Going To Mexico”, Aftershock takes gleeful twists and turns which…
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Quite nice collection…
10. Anthrax – State of Euphoria (1988)
9. Slayer – World Sacrifice Tour (1988)
8. Metallica – Damage Inc. Tour (1986)
7. Iron Maiden – Remember The Alamo (1983)
6. Iron Maiden – Number of The Beast (1982)
5. Metallica – The Shortest Straw (1988)
4. Iron Maiden – World Slavery Tour (1984)
3. Slayer – Alter of Sacrifice (1986)
2. Iron Maiden – Killers (1981)
1. Metallica – Metal Up Your Ass (1982)
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\m/r Post by Leo
There really hasn’t been much new stuff to review lately (c’mon bands, make records faster dammit!) and there won’t be much until July/August anyway. Until then, I figured that our vault could do with another addition. This one coming from, in my honest and clearly life changing opinion, a hugely underrated project from one of rock’s household names. I speak of course of Probot. Spear-headed (by which I mean “drum, guitar and pretty much everything else-headed”) by Nirvana stick-man and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. The record ended up being a veritable “who’s-who?” of rock and metal royalty, but one track stood out amongst them as one of the ballsiest R’n’R songs I’d ever heard (and it wasn’t just because there were strippers in the video…shutup I was 15). Featuring Lemmy Kilmister and his signature growl on lead vocals (if you don’t know who he is then you should…
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