How the industry of legal 420 crushed Speedwolf howler Reed Bruemmer’s dreams of Denver 666.
The last remaining member of Motörhead's "classic" lineup died peacefully in hospital, where he was being treated for pneumonia.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Motörhead's 'Under Cöver,' Ryan Adams's '1989,' and tributes to The Beatles and Don Williams.
'Under Cover' includes a previously unheard cover of David Bowie's "Heroes," one of the last songs Lemmy recorded before his death.
Lemmysuchus was named by Dr Lorna Steel, a Motörhead fan who is definitely a real person.
It's taken from a forthcoming Motörhead covers compilation, 'Under Cöver,' out September 1.
We sit down with Martin Popoff, author of 'Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers: The Rise of Motörhead,' to talk about the band's rise to infamy.
Or, how one of music's happiest accidents went on to shape countless careers and spawn entire genres, from rock 'n' roll to experimental noise
Watch the video for "Spiders," and read our chat with Campbell about rock 'n' roll, and Donald Trump, and why he's the worst musician in the family.
Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign by Hirax's Katon de Pena, iconic Motörhead’ frontman Lemmy Kilmister will never have to leave his favorite bar.