Motorhead frontman ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister dead at 70
Motorhead frontman “Lemmy” has died at 70 after a brief battle with an aggressive cancer.
Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister was revered by generations of hard-rockers and metal-heads.
He spent four decades in Motorhead, a group best known for its 1980 anthem, “Ace of Spades.”
Kilmister had suffered numerous health issues in recent months.
According to the band's statement, he learned of his cancer diagnosis just two days before his death.