40th anniversary of Iron Fist

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Iron Fist we’re proud to announce deluxe, expanded editions of this seminal album with lots of previously unreleased bonus tracks, new sleeve notes and many unseen photos. Check out this new video for a demo version of the title track and preorder the album with exclusive merch bundles here https://motorhead.lnk.to/IronFist40thWE

40th anniversary of Iron Fist

Everything Louder Forever Special Competition!

To celebrate the release of #everythinglouderforever on 29th October we’re hosting a very special competition to win this unique Motörhead, career album plaque. All you have to do is pre-save the album on Spotify, Apple or Deezer. (Open to UK, US & GER only – closes on 9th Nov). Click here to enter!

Motorhead Plaque Competition Prize

All for one and one for all! #ROCKHALL2020

Thanks to everyone who spoke up loudly.
Thanks to the #ROCKHALL2020 for listening and adding Phil & Mikkey.
All for one and one for all!

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Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno

Our new release, “Under Cöver” will hit in September – 2017

Covers compilation to include unreleased version of David Bowie’s “Heroes”

ONE THING Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee liked to do over their years together in Motörhead, was grab a favourite song by another artist and give it a good old fashioned ‘Motörheading’. To run them through the Motörizer if you will. To rock them, roll them and even give them an extra twist and edge.

In celebration of some of those finest moments, the band will release Under Cöver, a collection of some of their best covers, and a collection which will include the previously unreleased version of David Bowie’s timeless classic “Heroes”. Recorded during the Bad Magic sessions in 2015 by Cameron Webb, and was one of the last songs the band recorded together.

“It’s such a great Bowie song, one of his best, and I could only see great things coming out of it from us, and so it proved to be,” says Phil Campbell, “and Lemmy ended up loving our version.”

“He was very, very proud of it,” says Mikkey Dee, “not only because it turned out so well but because it was fun! Which is what projects like this should be – fun!”


To that ethic, the rest of the album contains loud and proud, raucous and raging Rock ‘N’ Roll takes on the likes of “God Save The Queen” (Sex Pistols), “Cat Scratch Fever” (Ted Nugent), “Rockaway Beach,” (The Ramones), Breaking The Law” (Judas Priest) and “Whiplash” (Metallica) which earned the band a Grammy in 2005 for Best Metal Performance.

“We were happy with them at the time and we’re happy with them now!” affirms Campbell, whilst Dee says, “We should remember that it’s about having some fun with songs that we all loved.”

So there you are. If that doesn’t have you scrambling for your music delivery device, then check your pulse pronto. Or just start scrambling for a copy of Under Cöver immediately. You won’t be sorry.



1. Breaking the Law (Produced by Cameron Webb) 2008

2. God Save the Queen (Produced by Bob Kulick and Bruce Bouillet) 2000

3. Heroes (Produced by Cameron Webb) 2015

4. Starstruck (Produced by Cameron Webb) 2014

5. Cat Scratch Fever (Produced by Peter Solley) 1992

6. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Produced by Bob Kulick and Bruce Bouillet) 2001

7. Sympathy for the Devil (Produced by Cameron Webb) 2015

8. Hellraiser (Produced by Billy Sherwood) 1992

9. Rockaway Beach (Mixed by Cameron Webb) 2002

10.Shoot ‘Em Down (Produced by Bob Kulick and Bruce Bouillet) 2001

11. Whiplash (Produced by Bruce Bouillet and Bob Kulick) 2005

All songs performed by Motörhead

Lemmy Kilmister – Bass/Vocals

Phil Campbell – Guitar

Mikkey Dee – Drums

World premiere of Airbourne video – “It’s all for Rock n’ Roll”

With a kind salute and appreciation we are happy to premiere “It’s all for Rock n’ Roll”



With the new single from Aussie rockers Airbourne being an anthemic tribute to Lemmy, a man the band looked up to and loved, both as a friend who featured in their debut video and as a genuine legend of the rock ‘n’ roll world, it was clear that the accompanying promo clip had to be something special.

That the boat had to be pushed out.

Or, in this case, the ‘bomber’ flown!

Airbourne salute the Motorhead camp for their tremendous and continued help in making the ‘It’s All For Rock N’ Roll’ video a true event for fans around the world – the ‘bomber’ (one of rock’s most celebrated stage props) and the archive footage adding genuine emotional weight to both the promo clip and the song itself.

Say Airbourne front-man Joel O’Keeffe: “When Motorhead played, it didn’t matter what was happening in the world at that point – Motorhead was onstage, that was it. Everything was dialed in and the crowd were there and lovin’ it – all for rock ‘n’ roll!

“Lemmy meant so much to us, and so much to rock ‘n’ roll itself…”


How the statue of Lemmy came to be

All at imotorhead and the entire rock world mourned when Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister, our legendary frontman, died from prostate cancer and heart failure in December 2015.

Soon afterwards, Katon de Pena, vocalist for California thrash-metallers Hirax, launched a crowdfunding campaign to immortalise him with a statue. The campaign ended on $22,771 – more than the initial $21,000 goal – and the statue was erected in August.

Now director Rocio Romero has released a short documentary detailing how the initial idea for the statue became reality. Watch the six-minute film below:


The full story here.

Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons to release debut EP on Motörhead Music


Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons are about to fly a mighty Welsh-born rock’n’roll flag in your direction!

The legendary Motörhead guitarist, Phil Campbell, has teamed up with his sons Todd, Dane and Tyla, plus vocalist Neil Starr, to record their debut self-titled 5-track EP, which will be released by Motörhead Music on November 18th, 2016.

Produced by Todd Campbell at their own Stompbox Studios in Wales, UK, and mixed by Motörhead’s producer Cameron Webb, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons loudly shoves you head-first into its raw, gritty, classic and instantly-accessible rock’n’roll charms. Whether it’s the speedy biker-charged refrain of “No Turning Back”, the crunchy catchy jump of “Big Mouth” or the beautiful, yet bombastic, balladry of “Life In Space”, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons brings uniquely organic life and verve to every last riff and stomp, with Starr’s sensational vocals ensuring this EP will be the surprise of the 2016 rock’n’roll release calendar.

Read the new article over at Noisey by clicking here!
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons
Phil Campbell – guitar
Todd Campbell – guitar
Dane Campbell – drums
Tyla Campbell – bass
Neil Starr – vocals

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons EP Track-listing

1 Big Mouth

2 Spiders

3 Take Aim

4 No Turning Back

5 Life In Space

More Information:





Mikkey Dee nominated in The Modern Drummer Readers Poll!

Mikkey has been nominated in the category; Recorded Performance, Video for Motörhead – Clean Your Clock.

In order to vote and see categories and nominees the person voting first has to enter their email address and vote through the categories.  Voters can add Mikkeys name in whatever category they like, but he is on the ballot as mentioned above and a vote in the Recorded Performance category would be greatly appreciated!

Please check out the link here and kindly vote: http://www.moderndrummer.com/modern-drummer-readers-poll-2017/