Lemmy Kilmister Of Motorhead Loses Fight With Cancer; Dies At 70

By SURABHI VERMA | 2 years ago
Lemmy Kilmister Of Motorhead Loses Fight With Cancer; Dies At 70

Movie News Guide has just contented that Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has lost his battle with cancer; he was 70 years old. The announcement of his death was made through the official Facebook page of the British rock band.

It is reported that Kilmister has been the most consistent member of the group that was formed in 1975, together with being one of the most known personalities in the industry. The band’s Facebook page said, “Our mighty, noble friend Lemmy passed away after a short battle with an extremely aggressive cancer”. It also denoted that the other band members are not in a condition to say anything right now but will come up with something in a few days, people have been commenting with hashtags “rest in peace”.

It has been noted that Lemmy Kilmister came to know about the deadly cancer on December 26th, that was much painful since he just celebrated his birthday two days before that.  His shocking demise is a huge loss to the music industry as per his fans. Paying a humble tribute to him the official Twitter handle of “Metallica” quoted, “Lemmy, you are one of the primary reasons this band exists. We’re forever grateful for all of your inspiration. RIP”, while many others are just recovering from his death and paying their teary tributes.

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It has been known that Lemmy Kilmister was greatly inspired by “Beatles” and spent the early years of his life performing and learning under various bands. He has been a lead vocalist, song-composer and the founding member of his band. The world will ever miss the presence of this evergreen performer but his songs will always be alive for many generations to come.

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Photo Source: Facebook.com/OfficialLemmy

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