Motörhead “European Tour”

Motörhead "European Tour".
London, England.
Hammersmith Apollo.
November 2008.
Motörhead at the end of a live show with dancers and fire at the Hammersmith Apollo to cellebrate the last day of the Brittish tour.
Motörhead, originally called Bastard, is a long-lived and iconic heavy metal band from England formed in 1975. They are widely recognized as progenitors of thrash metal, a fusion of heavy metal and what was soon to become hardcore punk. Consequently they influenced countless rock, punk rock, and heavy metal bands that followed. 
The actual band members are: Lemmy Kilmister- Bass and vocals, Phil Campbell- Lead guitar and Backup vocals and Mikkey Dee at the Drums.

Motörhead “European Tour”.
London, England.
Hammersmith Apollo.
November 2008.
Motörhead at the end of a live show with dancers and fire at the Hammersmith Apollo to cellebrate the last day of the Brittish tour.
Motörhead, originally called Bastard, is a long-lived and iconic heavy metal band from England formed in 1975. They are widely recognized as progenitors of thrash metal, a fusion of heavy metal and what was soon to become hardcore punk. Consequently they influenced countless rock, punk rock, and heavy metal bands that followed.
The actual band members are: Lemmy Kilmister- Bass and vocals, Phil Campbell- Lead guitar and Backup vocals and Mikkey Dee at the Drums.