Motorhead fans who may have been worried that the cancellation of the band's appearance this past weekend at the Monsters of Rock Festival in Sao Paolo spelled a return to Lemmy Kilmister’s recent health woes can breathe easier.
Now past the point where he was admittedly close to death, frontman Lemmy Kilmister says a Grammy nomination for Motorhead's 'Heartbreaker' song validates his long journey back from a series of health-related setbacks.
Motorhead have announced the cancellation of a European tour that was due to start Feb. 13 in Glasgow. This is just the latest in a series of setbacks caused by the well-documented health issues plaguing frontman Lemmy Kilmister.
It's no secret that Lemmy Kilmister's recent health woes have been complicated by his infamously reckless lifestyle -- but according to his manager, the Motorhead frontman is refusing to heed doctors' advice.
Back in October, Lemmy said he is "ready for death," but the Motorhead singer might be having second thoughts. In a new interview, he reveals just how tough a time he's had in dealing with being sidelined by his recent health issues.