DORO PESCH Surprises MOTÖRHEAD With Anniversary Cake (Photos)

German metal queen Doro Pesch surprised MOTÖRHEAD mainman Lemmy at the opening show of their joint European tour on November 30, 2010 at Philipshalle in Düsseldorf, Germany by presenting him with a 40x70cm, 2.5 pound MOTÖRHEAD cake made of marzipan, mock cream and a whiskey center. "Otherwise Lemmy wouldn't eat it," Doro joked.

Regarding Doro's first tour for MOTÖRHEAD, she said. "I am so happy this is [finally] happening! In addition, it's MOTÖRHEAD's 35th anniversary — it's our duty to party!"

The cake in question, pictures of which can be seen below, was created by Düsseldorf confectioner Martin Jösten. The first slice was eaten right after a three-hour rock spectacle!

Doro Pesch's newly released 2DVD/CD set, "25 Years In Rock", features Doro's entire 25-year anniversary concert, including guest performances in front of about 10,000 enthusiastic fans in Düsseldorf, Germany as well as a China special, outtakes from Doro's 2500th concert and a whole lot more. The DVD was released in Europe via Nuclear Blast on November 26 and will be made available in the rest of the world sometime in 2011.

"Fear No Evil", the latest album from Pesch, was made available in North America in June 2009 via AFM/Dismanic/Ryko Distribution.

Released in Europe in January 2009 via AFM Records, "Fear No Evil" entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 11. This was the highest chart entry for Doro in her home country in almost 20 years.

After a break in 2011, Doro will begin writing material for a new studio album.


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