Motörhead – Motorizer – Review

September 1, 2008

Lemmy, Mikkey, and Phil: The longest-running lineup by far and the most prolific, keeps grinding out record after record of material better than the old stuff.

Motörhead – Kiss of Death – Review

December 15, 2006

The bio sez “death, taxes, and Motörhead,” and that’s about right. I dread yet another Motörhead release like I do tax season, but it’s never as bad as I think.

Motörhead – Stage Fright – Review

December 8, 2006

Britain’s loudest three-piece has never been filmed with such clean sound. The bonus disc is festooned with interesting interviews and hilarious roadie stories.

Motörhead – Inferno – Review

January 24, 2005

Don’t expect too many surprises, except maybe that they’re still so good. The acoustic closer is a side of the band that hasn’t reared its head too often.

Motörhead – Hammered – Review

September 9, 2002

Rock ‘n’ rollsy Motörhead punctuated by one all-out speed demon, a couple too-simple, too-stupids, and four-in-a-row that are rich, bloody-minded experiences.

Heavy Metal – Geomatrix – Review

April 19, 2002

Seeing as there are mostly big names here, this is a good chance to see how the old metal dudes are doing without having to buy their latest release.

Bride of Chucky – Review

April 1, 1999

Fourteen tracks of heavy horror music. Ever wonder what Lemmy would sound like covering an AC/DC song? Me neither, but “Love for Sale” is yer answer.

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