Motörhead, The Damned - Wembley Arena, London, 08/11/14

"Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." Mark Twain 1897

England won the World Cup at Wembley, Henry Cooper put Cassius Clay on his arse at Wembley and George Best and Bobby Charlton won

Motorhead: An Aftershock is Coming

Steal it if you must, buy it if you can...

Like the juggernaut you prayed would keep on crushing you, like the friend that still royally pisses off your parents and like a loyal standard of crunchy, greasy, punky, bluesy, gutsy screw-you ro

Motorhead "Going To Brazil"

LIVE - Motorhead "Going To Brazil" The World Is Ours Vol 2. Anyplace as Crazy as anyplace Else.

Motorhead: New Live Album and DVD Release Details Announced

“The World Is Ours - VOL 2 - Anyplace Crazy As Anywhere Else” out later this month!


Motorhead at Luna Park, Sydney, 28/3/11

"We are Motorhead and we play rock and fucking roll." These are the first words Ian Lemmy Kilmister says every time he steps up on stage. And he's right - that's exactly what they do. It's like he's reminding people that regardless of how many drunken arguments you might have about whether the latest band is thrash metal, death metal or black metal, whether something is prog rock or space rock, or whatever the fuck else, one simple fact remains: It's all rock and roll.

Motorhead have been playing rock and roll for more than 30 years and they're still awesome. They still put on a clinic of just what a hard, heavy, tight, fast band should sound like.

Motörhead Australian Tour 2011 *UPDATE*

Motörhead are returning to Australia to raise hell in the service of rock ‘n roll in 2011.
Tour Dates: 
26/03/2011 - 01/04/2011


Back to the Future with Scott Adams

Dodgy market traders, shacks in the West End of London, Fast Eddie Clarke - this must be Back to The Future, 1985 style!

There was a bloke who ran a stall on Maidenhead Market – known only as Punky, despite his advanced age and long, straggly hair – who, despite being quite obviously dodgy as fuck, was a

Back to the Future With Scott Adams

It's 1984... and there's not a sex crime or, luckily, The Eurhythmics, in sight.

George Orwell got a lot of things right about 1984 in his book of the same name; but what he failed to predict was that the year would be absolutely titanic for ‘our kind of music’.