Legal Weed Forced This Denver DIY Lifer to Leave Town
How the industry of legal 420 crushed Speedwolf howler Reed Bruemmer’s dreams of Denver 666.
‘Fast’ Eddie Clarke, Motörhead Guitarist, Dead at 67
The last remaining member of Motörhead's "classic" lineup died peacefully in hospital, where he was being treated for pneumonia.
Alex Robert Ross
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Reinvention and Reclamation: Robert Christgau on a Batch of Cover Albums
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Motörhead's 'Under Cöver,' Ryan Adams's '1989,' and tributes to The Beatles and Don Williams.
Listen to Motörhead’s Boisterous Version of David Bowie’s “Heroes”
It's taken from a forthcoming Motörhead covers compilation, 'Under Cöver,' out September 1.
Alex Robert Ross
Ride the Feedback: A Brief History of Guitar Distortion
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
J. J. Anselmi
Lemmy, Bowie and Remembering Our Heroes as Humans
We need to remember that our rock Gods aren't actual Gods.
Hexvessel's Mat McNerney Talks Lemmy, Survivalism, and Getting Naked for Rock'n'Roll
"People say black metal has to be Satanic, but for me, the black metal feeling doesn't come without there being some pine trees."
Lemmy's Favourite Bar Held a Jack-and-Coke-Fueled Tribute to His Memory
Friends and fans gathered at the Rainbow Room in Los Angeles to celebrate a man who was never supposed to die.
Motörhead Fans and Friends Paid Tribute to Lemmy at the Rainbow Bar & Grill, His Favorite Los Angeles Haunt
Check out photos of the scene around the Rainbow, the Roxy, and the Whiskey a Go Go during Saturday's Lemmy tribute.
Stream Motörhead Metal God Lemmy Kilmister's Funeral
Celebrate the life of the legend.
Motörhead Fans Are Petitioning to Have a New Heavy Metal Element Named After Lemmy Kilmister
How about just re-naming Jack Daniels after the great man?
Are Music Fans Too Greedy for Attention from Their Favorite Artists?
Meet and greets, cruises, camping trips, private concerts; there are more ways than ever to get close to your favorite bands, but shouldn't the music be enough?