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Motörhead to release a movie and live album of one of their last shows

The music industry may still be halted by the coronavirus, because despite all efforts, live concerts and festivals will not return for a long time. Nevertheless, bands and artists have taken it upon themselves in many ways to make us feel as if we are watching them in front of a stage, either with an online show or the way Motörhead will do it with something very special

As you will remember, sadly On December 28, 2015, the great Lemmy Kilmister died. To honor his legacy and all that he did for so many years, the remaining members of the heavy metal band decided to shelve him and stop playing under that name. But fortunately they have not gone completely, because little hand they have been working on a surprise for all those fans who miss his music.

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Motörhead returns with a spectacular live album

Turns out that Motörhead announced with great fanfare that they will release a live album called Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin. Its about concert that Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee gave on December 5, 2012 at the Velodrom in the German capital, as part of his Kings Of The Road tour. This lineup played as a trio from 1995 until their last show in 2015, so we can look forward to an epic performance.

According to NME, about this album the band mentioned the following: “(The album) is a supreme and definitive statement of the power that the trio had long held. His was a line-up that had spent decades breaking sound barriers, bending ears and decimating lawns all over the world, constantly delivering the Motörgospel to hundreds of thousands of fans, and this line-up was Motörhead’s longest-running for a considerable time. ”

Motörhead to release a live album of one of their last concertsMotörhead to release a live album of one of their last concerts

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In that concert, Motörhead threw a spectacular setlist where 15 songs sounded. Among them we have songs from the album that they were promoting at the time, like “I Know Hot To Die”; but without a doubt, Lemmy and company played the great classics of their careers such as “Overkill”, “Ace of Spades”, “Metropolis”, “Killed By Death” and many more. A show that shows the power that this big group had live.

Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin It will go on sale on CD / DVD, vinyl and digital format on April 23. But while we wait for that day Listen to the powerful album version of “Over The Top” below:

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