Iron Maiden Tells Lemmy To Rest In Peace Loudly! (Top Story)

On Thursday Iron Maiden Tells Lemmy To Rest In Peace Loudly! was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Iron Maiden have said farewell to Lemmy, saying the Motorhead icon "played a great set." He died at home in Los Angeles on December 28, aged 70, two days after being told he had an aggressive form of cancer.

In a message credited to all six band members and manager Rod Smallwood, Iron Maiden say: "Lemmy, rest in peace - loudly! The world has lost a unique character.

"They don't build them like you any more. But you played a great set. Our condolences to your family and friends and Motorheads everywhere. With much affection and respect." Read more - here.

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