Drummer confirms the end of the legendary band
Lemmy Kilmister, the one and only frontman of Motorhead died December 28. His death was caused by cancer, which attacked his brain and neck.
Long time Motorhead drummer, Mikkey Dee was interviewed by swedish Expressen after the death of the iconic rocker. He said, that everything ended after Lemmy’s passing. He added, that “We won’t be doing any more tours or anything, and there won’t be any more records”. According to Mikkey “brand will survive , and Lemmy lives on in the hearts of everyone“. He also posted a touching note on facebook:
It has been a true honor and a privilege to play with you and share all this time brother.
I celebrate every moment we shared…you bastard. I know I’ll see you sometime in the future and maybe I’ll join your band again…but this time, lets go a bit slower buddy.
Motorhead frontman lived by his own rules, and played until end of his days. His music will be never forgotten , and we should save it for the future rockers generation!