MOTÖRHEAD was joined on stage by Doro Pesch and guitarist Todd Youth (DANZIG, ACE FREHLEY) during last night's (Monday, February 28) concert at the Best Buy Theater in New York City for a rendition of the MOTÖRHEAD classic "Killed By Death".
Youth previously played with MOTÖRHEAD for a few shows in 2003 during the "Hammered" tour when the band's regular guitarist, Phil Campbell, was forced to leave the trek following his mother's passing.
Commented Youth: "Last night I had the honor to share the stage again with my heroes and good friends MOTÖRHEAD.
"As a 10-year-old kid listening and staring at the cover of 'No Sleep Til' Hammersmith' for hours on end, never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined I'd ever be able to play on stage with the greatest (and loudest!!) rock and roll band in the world."
Fan-filmed video footage of Pesch and Youth performing with MOTÖRHEAD during last night's concert can be viewed below.
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