Noize In The Attic Podcast - DORO

Release Year: 
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
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Doro Pesch talks candidly on this week's Noize In The Attic - Where Your Past Comes Back To Haunt You (www.noizeintheattic.com) on 88.7FM New Haven CT.
Doro discusses her upcoming single "Love's Gone To Hell" and reflects on her long relationship with her dear friend, Lemmy Kilmister.
'Last time she saw him, I could see he was not feeling well.  He was very, very skinny very thin. Lemmy said, 'Doro, it's all sold out but now I'm too old to enjoy it.' 'When he said that, it brought tears to my eyes'.

'When I finally got the call, I didn't even have to pick up the phone.  I felt the ringing of the phone was strange.  Oh no''

Hear the full episode (the interview starts at 30 minute mark)


The Metal Voice: DORO PESCH - "Lemmy Saved my life..."

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For Canada’s The Metal Voice (https://www.facebook.com/themetalvoice) former Anthrax singer Neil Turbin reports on Lemmy Kilmister's Funeral at the Chapel at Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery and at the Rainbow Bar and Grill, recapping the service and memorial along with Jimmy Kay.

Speaking with Doro Pesch in regards to her fondest memory of Lemmy

"Lemmy was one of my closest friends I loved him so much I knew him from 83 on when I couldn’t even speak English."
"Lemmy Saved my life.  My Dad died and Lemmy called me one day later and he gave me so much inspiration, so much hope that I could go on and then we wrote some nice songs together and we recorded some songs together."

Speaking with Lucky Lehrer from the Circle Jerks about his favorite Lemmy story

"Circle Jerks
were opening for Motorhead in Seattle and in New York. So the Seattle show they had gotten this car and a couple of sledgehammers in front of tower records all of us were smashing up this car. Pretty much beat the car to a pulp. Philthy was there, Fast Eddie and Lemmy and all four of us. Then we made our way back to New York and we were staying at the same hotel and that was pretty insane."

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The World Reacts To The Death Of MOTORHEAD Icon LEMMY

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I was only away from Facebook for 30 minutes and I discovered on my return that legend, icon, rock God LEMMY had passed away. I found it amazing to see my newsfeed fill up so quickly and so totally with news of the passing of metal giant Lemmy. A tribute to his vast influence.
The Motörhead frontman has been battling ill health for a few years now and stayed true to his word and rocked until the very end.
The contribution and influence over the metal scene bares witness through the hundreds of posts already made.
I'll never forget my introduction to Lemmy via The Young Ones in the early-mid 80s. One of a kind and one louder than anyone else.
In his own iconic words, Lemmy has now finally been Killed By Death.
RIP Lemmy.
Here's how the news is being reported around the world:
And the many reactions from those in the rock community can be summed up with a few comments such as these:
Alan Frew: Sad to hear they legendary "Lemmy" of Motörhead has died. He lived the way he sang. Raw & on the edge....always.
Sean McNabb: This guy was Everything #R&R Stands for and then some!
Paul Stanley: Lemmy has passed away. Truly one of a kind. Much more to him than many knew. RIP.
Dee Snider: I love and miss you, my brother! Owe you the world! You were the real deal! 
Doug Aldrich: R.I.P. Lemmy. Condolences to his family and friends.... Aside from how much he did for music, he was a nice dude...

Michael Sweet: I met #Lemmy in Germany & we talked about the bible. I'll never forget that. May god Bless Lemmy & the @myMotorhead family & fans worldwide!

Joey Kramer: RIP #Lemmy heaven is Rockin tonight

Brian May: A Horrible shock tonight.

Tony Franklin: RIP Lemmy! We hung for a little while in the early Firm days, 1984. Farewell to a true rocker. Pic: Robert Knight.

Jeff Scott Soto: Another Metal legend gone...RIP Lemmy!


And finally - the band's own official statement:

There is no easy way to say this - our mmighty, noble friend Lemmy passed away today after a short battle with an extremely aggressive cancer. He had learnt of the disease on December 26th, and was at home, sitting in front of his favorite video game from The Rainbow which had recently made it’s way down the street, with his family.

We cannot begin to express our shock and sadness, there aren’t words.

We will say more in the coming days, but for now, please play Motörhead loud, play Hawkwind loud, play Lemmy’s music LOUD.
Have a drink or few.
Share stories.
Celebrate the LIFE this lovely, wonderful man celebrated so vibrantly himself.
Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister

1945 -2015
Born to lose, lived to win.

MOTORHEAD Conjure Up 'Bad Magic' For Album 22

Release Year: 
Friday, August 28, 2015

Motorhead To Release Their 22nd Studio album BAD MAGIC on August 28th 2015 UDR Music/Motorhead Records
In their 40th Anniversary Year, the band also announces 40th Anniversary European tour in the Fall with more dates internationally to follow.

Freedom to believe don't have a price
Innocence never gets too old
You need a bolt of rock
Severe toxic shock
Electricity deep in your soul
'Electricity' ' Motorhead
After 40 years rattling teeth, bones and ears with their legendary rock'n'roll, you might excuse Motorhead if they wanted to ease off.
Put their feet up.
Relax a little.
But that's just it'
'this is Motorhead.
And instead, Motorhead gleefully say a loud and hearty 'bollocks' to that sort of feeble-minded thinking with their 22nd studio album, Bad Magic. Bristling with thunderous attitude, pioneering spirit and some of the fiercest rhythms and riffs that'll beat your ears into submission this year, Bad Magic is a massive kick in the teeth for anyone who dared believe it might be otherwise. Indeed, if those people still remain, they would do well to grab some big fat earplugs, fall to their knees and pray like buggery, because big-rig head crushers like 'Thunder And Lightning' and the especially l-o-u-d 'Teach'Em How To Bleed' show that Motorhead are as strong, mean, loud, relentless, uncompromising and goddam heavy as ever.
Drawing on their own vast catalogue of road-warrior freewheeling rock'n'roll spirit, Bad Magic also strides confidently into some of the earlier attitudes of Mot'rmusic. Written and recorded in the studio together, for the first time in the Kilmister/Campbell/Dee era, the more 'live' approach to creating Bad Magic has obviously paid dividends in this regard. There is the driving malevolence of 'Choking On Your Screams',  with Lemmy in magnificently omnipotent vocal mood, 'Electricity' carries a hefty chunk of punk attitude married with some of Phil Campbell's best lead work in years, while 'Shoot Out All of Your Lights' is all devilish, greasy biker-borne-screw-you-and yours, Mikkey Dee's tribal drums pounding out a great path for more Kilmister proclamations. The boys even enjoyed a guest appearance from Queen's Brian May on 'The Devil', adding a scintillating solo on this thunderous Mot'rstomper.
Produced at NRG Studios with long-time producer Cameron Webb, Bad Magic came together after a couple of years which saw Motorhead enjoy their most successful international era in over two decades off the back of their last release Aftershock. Lemmy also finally decided to face the fact he is flesh, blood and mortal like all of us, adjusting his lifestyle to kick the ass of health-issues and re-emerging stronger, leaner and meaner than ever. His own personal performances on Bad Magic rank as some of the most wide-ranging and unique he has delivered in years, and on the ballad 'Until The End', Lemmy opens up with equal levels explanation and intent on the simple but important matters which life conjures for us all. Add to all of this a wonderfully executed, gritty delivery of The Rolling Stones classic 'Sympathy For The Devil', and it will be clear to anyone with a pair of ears that Bad Magic is Motorhead's finest work in over two decades.
You can also expect the road to get its ass-kicked by Motorhead once again in the last half of 2015! Starting in mid-August, there will be a North American tour with Anthrax which ends with the now-legendary Mot'rboat cruise between Sept 28th ' Oct 2nd from Miami, Florida to Nassau in the Bahamas, also featuring Slayer and Anthrax among a bumper line-up of bands. And Motorhead's 40th Anniversary European Winter tour will start on November 15th 2015 at Le Zenith in Paris, ending on December 6th at the Hartwell Arena in Helsinki, Finland. More dates will be announced soon, so keep checking the band's official website www.imotorhead.com as well as the following social media platforms for details.
Twitter: @MyMotorhead
All in all, with Bad Magic's release now confirmed, Motorheadbangers and rock'n'roll fans worldwide can prepare themselves for the prodigal return of rock music's greatest, meanest, dirtiest and most relentless trio'yeah, believe it: Motorhead proudly, and defiantly, remaiin the flag  you're proud to fly through thick and thin.

1.     Victory Or Die  3.09
2.     Thunder & Lightning  3.06
3.     Fire Storm Hotel 3.35
4.     Shoot Out all of Your Lights  3.15
5.     The Devil  2.54
6.     Electricity 2.17
7.     Evil Eye 2.20
8.     Teach Them How To Bleed 3.13
9.     Till The End 4.05
10.  Tell Me Who To Kill  2.57
11.   Choking On Your Screams  3.33
12.  When The Sky Comes Looking For You 2.58
13.   Sympathy For The Devil*  5.35
*by The Rolling Stones
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