After more than four decades of playing ear-splitting metal with Motörhead and a recent series of health scares, what keeps frontman Lemmy Kilmister coming back for more?
“This is the best life in the world,” he told Consequence of Sound during a recent interview, which you can listen to above. “You travel around the world, places you never would have got to in any other job, and you leave people happier than they were when you got there. That’s all right. I’d say that’s a pretty good job.”
Motörhead recently released its 22nd album, Bad Magic. Asked to contrast his band’s unvarying approach to making music with the more adventurous aesthetic of a group like Radiohead, Lemmy merely shrugged, responding to the observation that all of Radiohead’s records sound different by chuckling, “None of them are very good.”
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