Cheers to that.
We reckon Lemmy would’ve been pretty impressed by Corey Taylor’s awesome ‘Ace Of Spades’ vocals.
An emotional Dave Grohl said, “He was my hero, he’s the one true rock ‘n’ roller.”
The memorial service for departed rock n’ roll legend is now streaming online.
Pretty much quintessential Lemmy.
Today on the latest episode of ‘Let’s Name This After Lemmy’
“Whatever your venue, and however you can, let’s be sure to gather globally… and celebrate the life of our dear friend and irreplaceable icon.”
This is so metal.
Read ’em and weep, the dead man’s hand again.
This will hit you right in the feels.
“Lemmy was Motörhead. But the band will live on in the memories of many.”
Born to lose, lived to win.
“We cannot begin to express our shock and sadness, there aren’t words.”
RIP to one of the most badass motherfuckers ever to play rock n’ roll.
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