In the space of twelve years starting in 1971, Thin Lizzy put out fourteen albums, including two live recordings. After embarking on his solo career which produced two albums, vocalist Phil Lynott left Thin Lizzy in 1983. Brian Downey, a founding member of Thin Lizzy who remained close to Lynott until his death, told the […]
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Motörhead have claimed responsibility for a series of mysterious, ghoulish projections across German cities on Halloween Eve. On Sunday night, a series of buildings were lit up with curious projections of legendary Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister winking knowingly at passers-by before morphing into a grisly apparition of the bands famed Warpig emblem; snarling, breathing fire […] …Continue Reading

With a career spanning five decades, the ear shattering, rock n’roll juggernaut of Motörhead was fronted by the inimitable Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister until he sadly passed after a short battle with cancer in 2015.  Renowned for his signature moustache, arguably the most recongnisable in rock n’roll history, Motörhead are proud to announce they are teaming up with […] …Continue Reading

“And more” including Pantera, Dio, Motörhead, and even MOAR.
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Also features Metallica, Slipknot, Megadeth, and more.
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The legends over at Back In Black are now stocking an awesome collection of metal band action figures which include none other than Iron Maiden‘s Eddie, King Diamond, Lemmy from Motorhead and also Warpig, Megadeth‘s Vic Rattlehead, Ghost, Rancid, Rob Halford, Venom, Misfits and more! You can get Eddie in four different scenes including Iron […] …Continue Reading