Motörhead‘s lead singer and bassist Lemmy recently spoke to Revolver magazine about about the band’s performance at this year’s Wacken Open Air festival in Germany, which was cut short after six songs due to his health issues. In the interview, Lemmy states that he has no plans to retire and is instead finishing a solo album, explaining:
“I ain’t done yet with the music. After I get better, we’re gonna try to tour again, and if I can’t do that full-on, I want to do another album with Head Cat, and, of course, I want to do a couple more Motörhead records. But the next thing I’ve got coming out is my solo album, which is almost done. I still want to do a track with Skin before I put it out. There are two tracks with the Reverend Horton Heat, two with The Damned, a track with Dave Grohl, and a track with Joan Jett. Right now we’re thinking of calling it ‘False Teeth for the Deaf’. It’s all just great rock and roll, that’s the only way to describe it. Some of it is bluesy and some isn’t. It’s not Motörhead, but obviously there are elements in common.”
Motörhead released their latest album Aftershock last month, and will tour Europe next February to promote the album.