Once upon a time the loudest, nastiest, speed-freaked trio in the land – the mighty Motörhead – decided that they needed an intro-film to come on stage to, so they could tour their brand-new album ‘Iron Fist‘. Not for them some gentle promo video, for this was Motörhead in 1982 comprising the seminal three amigos line-up of Lemmy, Fast Eddie Clarke and Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor. What they produced has been buried in the mists of time, confined to dodgy bootleg […]

The time-honoured phrase “Follow that!” rang with deafening resonance when Motörhead were faced with having to follow a rock milestone (‘Ace Of Spades‘), a number one album (‘No Sleep Till Hammersmith‘) and their bomber – the most spectacular stage prop rock had ever seen. As the last shout from the three amigos line-up of Lemmy, Fast Eddie Clarke and Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor, ‘Iron Fist‘ was rudely dismissed by some ignorant loud-mouth hap’orths as being ‘less’, and has always suffered slightly from […]

Motörhead… a life force, an energy, an attitude and the loudest, meanest, dirtiest music to smash the 20th and 21st centuries. With a bastard sound comprising an unholy synergy of rock, punk and heavy metal, Motörhead come coated in relentless, ear-curdling power. They were life-changing for millions. Leading the charge for their entire 40 year […]

Back in the Summer of 1981, Motörhead got louder, dirtier and more universal, and you’re getting an invitation to relive this most glorious of achievements once again… Following on from 2020’s year-long celebration of Motörhead’s iconic ‘Ace Of Spades‘ album comes the live album to end all live albums the undisputed definitive live record of […]

‘Pardon Me‘ is the second single from Budderside‘s upcoming album, ‘Spiritual Violence‘ which is set for release via Silver Lining Music/Motörhead Music on March 26th 2021. The track features Phil Campbell of Motörhead. ‘Pardon Me‘ was inspired by none other than the late Motörhead vocalist Lemmy Kilmister who personally signed them to his label before […]

Swedish heavy metal band Lion’s Share has made its tribute to Lemmy and Motörhead available on streaming services and digital service providers on the fifth anniversary of Lemmy‘s death, December 28th, to celebrate his memory and music. Lion’s Share singer Nils Patrik Johansson says: “Lemmy is truly the definition of rock ‘n’ roll – and […]