Motörhead’s Video For Their Cover Of David Bowie’s “Heroes” Surpasses 50 Million Views On YouTube

Motörhead’s video for their cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes” has officially surpassed 50 million views on YouTube. That track appears on their 2017 covers album “Under Cöver.”

Ozzy Osbourne And Motörhead To Release “Hellraiser” 10″ Single LP

Ozzy Osbourne and Motörhead have launched pre-orders for a “Hellraiser” 10″ single LP. The effort will be released on December 3 and it will feature Osbourne’s 1991 recording of the song, Motörhead’s 1992 recording of the song, and the recently released mashup. This news comes as Osbourne is releasing a 30th anniversary edition of “No More Tears“ today (September 17).

Motörhead Share Updated “Rock Out” Music Video

Motörhead have shared an updated version of their music video for “Rock Out.” The clip was released to promote the band’s new career-spanning compilation album, “Everything Louder Forever – The Very Best Of,” which will be released on October 29. More details on that can be found HERE. The group commented:

“One of finest tracks from #everythinglouderforever is ‘Rock Out’ and to celebrate we’ve had the video restored and upgraded to 4K HD. Check out the difference between the original and this new version! Watch the full video & preorder ‘Everything Louder Forever’ here https://motorhead.lnk.to/ELFFA

Motörhead To Release “Everything Louder Forever – The Very Best Of” Collection In October

Motörhead have announced that they will be releasing a new career-spanning compilation album, titled “Everything Louder Forever – The Very Best Of,” on October 29 via BMG. The effort will be available as 2CD, 2LP, and 4LP sets. The 2CD and 4LP sets will feature 42 tracks, while the 2LP set will feature 22 tracks.

“Everything Louder Forever – The Very Best Of” Track Listing:

CD 1:

01. “Overkill”
02. “We Are Motörhead”
03. “Snaggletooth”
04. “Rock It”
05. “Orgasmatron”
06. “Brotherhood Of Man”
07. “In The Name Of Tragedy”
08. “Bomber”
09. “Sacrifice”
10. “The Thousand Names Of God”
11. “Love For Sale”
12. Killed By Death
13. “I’m So Bad (Baby I Don’t Care)”
14. “Smiling Like A Killer”
15. “Sharpshooter”
16. “Queen Of The Damned”
17. “Keys To The Kingdom”
18. “Cradle To The Grave”
19. “Lost Johnny”
20. “The Game”

CD 2:

21. “Ace Of Spades” (40th Anniversary Master)
22. “Burner”
23. “Stone Dead Forever”
24. “Bad Woman”
25. “Just Cos You Got The Power”
26. “Stay Out Of Jail”
27. “No Class”
28. “I Am The Sword”
29. “The Chase Is Better Than The Catch”
30. “God Save The Queen”
31. “R.A.M.O.N.E.S.” (2006 Version)
32. “Iron Fist”
33. “Rock Out”
34. “Dirty Love”
35. “Shine”
36. “Overnight Sensation”
37. “On Your Feet Or On Your Knees”
38. “I Ain’t No Nice Guy”
39. “Sucker”
40. “1916”
41. “Choking On Your Screams”
42. “Motörhead”

High On Fire, Eyehategod, Exhorder, Etc. To Be Featured On Upcoming Motörhead Tribute Album

The organizers of the Psycho Las Vegas festival have launched a new label called Psycho Waxx. The first release from the label will be a Motörhead tribute album called “Löve Me Förever: A Tribute To Motörhead.” The effort is expected to be released in July 2022 and it will feature: High On Fire, Blackwater Holylight (feat. Matt Pike), Midnight, Exhorder, Stöner, Psychlona, Creeping Death, The Bridge City Sinners, Lord Buffalo, Relaxer, Eyehategod, Cephalic Carnage, Death By Stereo, Howling Giant, Mothership, Foie Gras, and more. One of the confirmed tracks is an all-star cover of “Ace Of Spades” featuring Phil Anselmo (Pantera), Gary Holt (Exodus), Chuck Garric (Alice Cooper), Sacha Dunable (Intronaut), Nick Oliveri (Stöner, ex-Kyuss), Dwid Hellion (Integrity), Zach Wheeler (Howling Giant), and Tom Polzine (Howling Giant). Pre-orders are available HERE.

Hear Motörhead’s “Ace Of Spades” Played On Church Bells

During last month’s Torenfestival in Weert, Netherlands, Motörhead’s iconic song “Ace Of Spades” was played from church bells in the town. The unique performance, which can be seen below, features guitarist Jitse Zonneveld and keyboardist and bell-ringer Frank Steijns.

Simon & Schuster To Release “Motörhead: The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World: The Authorized Graphic Novel” In September

Simon & Schuster have announced a new Motörhead graphic novel called “Motörhead: The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World: The Authorized Graphic Novel.” The comic was written by David Calcano and Mark Irwin and it will be available on September 7.

The following was said about the book on simonandschuster.com:

“Dive into the world of Motörhead’s wild 40-year career with this officially authorized, fully illustrated graphic novel crafted by award-winning animation studio Fantoons.

Spanning 144 pages packed with stunning illustrations, Motörhead: The Rise of the Loudest Band in the World tells the legendary story of Motörhead’s frontman Lemmy Kilmister and the band’s meteoric rise to becoming one of the most influential rock bands of all time.

From Lemmy’s early days working at a riding school in the English countryside to the recording of the band’s iconic album and first major international success, Ace of Spades, this Motörhead graphic novel chronicles the extraordinary story of the famous frontman’s incredible journey as the leader of the “loudest band in the world.”

With this essential piece of Motörhead history and lore, fans will learn more about the band that heavily influenced well-known groups like Metallica and Foo Fighters, and discover the fascinating tale of the legend himself, Lemmy Kilmister!

Born to Lose. Live to Win.”

Motörhead Release 1981 Soundcheck Version Of “Stay Clean”

Motörhead have released a 1981 sound check version of their song “Stay Clean.“ The track was recorded while the band were warming up for their March 30, 1981 show in Newcastle, UK and it will appear on the 40th anniversary deluxe edition of “No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith.“ That effort will be released on June 25 and more details on it can be found HERE.

Pantera And Motörhead Were Referenced In A Heavy Metal Question On Tonight’s Episode Of “Jeopardy!”

Heavy Metal was the answer to a question during tonight’s (June 8) episode of “Jeopardy!.” The question said “Pantera’s ‘Vulgar Display Of Power’ & Motörhead’s ‘No Remorse’ made Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Albums of this genre,” before a contestant buzzed in with right answer. The question was in a category called “Music Genres.”

Super7 To Release New Action Figure Of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister This Month

Super7 will be releasing a new action figure based on the late Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead) later this month. The company said the following about that:

“Super7 is proud to present the man, the myth, the legend: Lemmy of Motörhead! The new Lemmy 3.75” ReAction Figure features his iconic calvary hat and boots along with his thunderous bass guitar and Murder One amp to ruin your hearing! Lemmy arrives next week at Super7.com.”