MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY Offers Update On Solo Album

In a recent interview with Metal Maniacs magazine, MOTÖRHEAD frontman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister offered the following update on his upcoming solo album: "I got seven tracks done already. I've got two with SKEW SISKIN [reportedly titled 'Stand Upon The Mountain' and 'Don't Matter To Me' — Ed.], which are fucking great! And I've got two with the REVEREND HORTON HEAT, some good psycho-metal-billy! I've got a track from Dave Grohl [PROBOT, FOO FIGHTERS, ex-NIRVANA] that I'm still sorting out and two tracks from THE DAMNED [including a cover of THE DAMNED's 'Neat Neat Neat']. That's with Dave and The Captain! Some good stuff. It should be out sometime next year if the lawyers can all get their heads together."

As previously reported, guitarist Jim Voxx of SKEW SISKIN, who own Berlin's Monongo studios, is producing/recording and mixing two of the songs for the project, and word is that he might mix the entire CD. A full horn section was recorded, a saxophone player, a blues piano player and a lot more.


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