MOTÖRHEAD At Spain's MONSTERS OF ROCK Festival; Video Available

Fan-filmed video footage of MOTÖRHEAD performing its classic song "Stay Clean" at the Monsters Of Rock festival on June 23, 2007 in Zaragoza, Spain has been posted at YouTube.

MOTÖRHEAD was forced to call off its June 3, 2007 concert Rockhal in Luxembourg after frontman Lemmy Kilmister fell ill shortly after soundcheck and had to be taken to a local hospital for evaluation. It was subsequently determined that Lemmy was suffering from an upper respiratory infection and two additional shows in France (June 5 in Limoges and June 6 in Caen) were also cancelled in order to allow Lemmy enough time to rest.

An action figure of Lemmy Kilmister is tentatively due in November via a company called Locoape. The six-inch figure comes with what appears to be one of four random backgrounds and one of three random guitars. Check out a picture of the action figure at

A nine-minute audio interview with Lemmy, conducted on May 13, 2007 at Peabody's in Cleveland, Ohio by Ken of Metal Fanzine, has been posted online at YouTube.

Lemmy recently completed a short U.S. tour with his side project HEAD CAT, also featuring STRAY CATS drummer Slim Jim Phantom, and guitarist Danny B. Harvey (who also plays in Slim's post–STRAY CATS outfit 13 CATS).

MOTÖRHEAD's latest album, "Kiss of Death", entered the national album charts in the following countries: Germany: #4, Norway: #9, Sweden: #13, Austria: #20, Switzerland: #26, U.K.: #45, Denmark: #53. The CD was recorded at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles with Cameron Webb, who also worked with the group on 2004's "Inferno". The album includes guest appearances by POISON guitarist C.C. Deville and ALICE IN CHAINS bassist Mike Inez.


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