After Motörheadsångaren Lemmy Kilmisters sudden death – now says drummer Mikkey Dee that the band put down.
– Now Motorhead over, of course. Lemmy was Motorhead, he says.
Lemmy Kilmister, lead singer of Motorhead, died last night 70 years old – it was an extremely aggressive form of cancer that suddenly took rockikonens life. The diagnosis he received on December 26 this year.
Her death came as a shock to the Swedish band colleague, Mikkey Dee, now delivers the next sad message to the fans:
– Now Motorhead over, of course. Lemmy was Motörhead. But the band continues to live in many people’s memory, he says.
Motörheads last gig
The band, founded in London back in 1975, after Lemmy dead stop touring and there will be no more records.
– We do not go out a few more tours or anything. And there will be no more records. But the brand lives on, and Lemmy live on in the hearts, says Mikkey Dee.
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Mikkey Dee: “Made with all his energy”
The last city to get to house Motörhead became Berlin earlier this year. Despite Lemmy already then felt bad he fought his way through the whole European tour.
– He was so terribly thin, he did with all his energy on stage, and then he was very, very tired. It is really incredible that he could play, he could finish the European tour, it was just 20 days ago. Completely incomprehensible, says Mikkey Dee.
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Lemmy completed the tour
Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee, says that the band finished his career in the best way.
– It feels fantastic that we had to finish the tour with him, it heats very much that we did not set up because of Lemmy, he says and continues:
– I am extremely grateful over the years we’ve had, and we had so much fun together.
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