LEMMY – Outlaw Country Song Premiere

Late MOTÖRHEAD frontman/bassist Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister‘s outlaw country track “The Mask” can now be streamed above. The song has origins dating back to 1979 and wasn’t completed by Kilmister until 2009. The previously lost track finds Kilmister paired with Lynda Kay and appears as the lead single on Kay‘s new album, “Black & Gold“, which is out tomorrow, August 23rd.

In other news, October 25th will see the release of a new box set titled “1979” which compiles deluxe editions of Motörhead‘s “Overkill” and “Bomber” albums. Kilmister died in late 2015 due to prostate cancer and heart related issues.

Never Forget The Legend: LEMMY!

lemmy’s lounge

Situated in the legendary rock star hang out Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Strip West Hollywood, Lemmy’s Lounge was created as a tribute to our fallen hero, Lemmy Kilmister, to celebrate his legacy for the world.

When not on the road touring or in the studio recording, Lemmy could be found at the Rainbow relaxing with a drink in one hand and the other on his favourite game machine. All are welcome at Lemmy’s Lounge raise a glass in honor of Lemmy at the Rainbow Bar & Grill.

In those immortal words of the Great Man himself – “Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die. You can be as careful as you want, but you’re going to die anyway, so why not have fun?”

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