A healthy dose of Motörhead on National Day might clear your head from the excesses of the previous night’s festivities.
It may not be traditional Luxembourg music, but Lemmy Kilminster’s Motörhead make more of a racket than the national day eve fireworks and look like they would not be out of place at a grillfest in Heinerschleid.
The band has been going for 40 years, reaching their peak in the classic formation of Lemmy on bass and vocals, “Fast” Eddie Clarke on guitar and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor on drums. Between 1978 and 1980 this trio released landmark albums “Overkill”, “Bomber” and “The Ace Of Spades”, the latter including the title track that has become a signature tune and probably the best heavy mental single of all time.
Nowdays Lemmy, still singing as ferociously as ever, is joined by Philip Campbell and Mikkey Dee. The band has released its 22nd studio album, “Bad Magick”, and continues to tour the world and entertain dedicated headbangers and casual fans of hard, loud, fast rock and roll.
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