MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister and NYMPHS singer Inger Lorre will visit with Junkman in the KNAC.COM studio this Monday, February 4 at 4:00 p.m. for a live interview. According to a posting on the KNAC.COM web site: "Lemmy and Inger want to talk about, among other things, some projects they are collaborating on, including music, film and cartoons!"
MOTÖRHEAD has just entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up to 2006's "Kiss of Death". A late spring/early summer release is expected.
"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.
Rockster.tv recently conducted an interview with MOTÖRHEAD drummer Mikkey Dee. Watch the 13-minute clip at this location.
MOTÖRHEAD performing "Ace of Spades" (taken from "Stage Fright" DVD):
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