Though he died in late December of 2015, it’s pure to incorporate Motörhead frontman Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister within the host of extremely proficient musicians—together with, however not restricted to, David Bowie, Prince, and Leonard Cohen—who died within the memetically deadly yr of 2016. Now, we are able to pay simultaneous tribute to Lemmy and Bowie, because of a brand new observe from Motörhead’s upcoming album Below Cöver.
Recorded in 2015, as a part of the periods that finally grew to become Unhealthy Magic, “Heroes” is reportedly one of many remaining items of music Lemmy ever recorded with the band. The music’s video is stuffed with footage of and photos of Lemmy, as his unforgettable, gravely voice belts out Bowie’s lyrics. In response to Rolling Stone, the band solely ever performed the music stay a single time, at Germany’s Aftershock Competition in 2015. In the meantime, the album itself—which incorporates covers from all through Motörhead’s profession, together with songs by Metallica, The Intercourse Pisols, and The Ramones—is due out September 1.
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