Lemmy continues to forge his legacy, even on the other side of life. One of metal’s most important icons had been prepping material for a solo album years before his passing. Jim Voxx (Skew Siskin), a Kilmister solo project cohort and producer, confirmed in an interview with the Steve Goldby Talks Metal Show, that the record is expected to drop in late 2017. Ultimately, the exact date of release will belong to the Motörhead camp.
Lemmy collaborated with the likes of Dave Grohl, Reverend Horton Heat, and The Damned. Surely one of the biggest releases 2017 will have to offer. More details on a release date when it becomes available.
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