Motorhead Plan To Finish Wacken Job Next Year
Frontman Lemmy Kilmister has admitted he'd gone back to work too soon after a series of health issues that saw him spend three weeks in hospital over the summer.
He hit the stage with bandmates Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee for a 70-minute set in August, but went off less than half-way through. That led to a rumour the rock'n'roll icon had died, which Campbell put down to "a**hole tweeters."
Motorhead have now revealed they'll appear at Wacken's 35th anniversary event on the weekend of July 31. more on this story
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