Mike IX Williams From IHatGod: My Favorite Motörhead Song

“It’s Almost Impossible To Pick A Motörhead Song As A Favorite”

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Motörhead captures rare air in the heavy-music world

Led by the unique Lemmy Kilmister, they branched out from the heavy-psychic, space-rock scene of London’s early seventies (portrayed by Lemm’s acid-drenched previous band Hawkwind) and increasingly speed-fueled, street-worn rock. Gained its legendary reputation as an end roll. Icon thanks to their relentless touring and god-level songs like “Ace of Spades,” “Overkill” and more.

Rogues iHategod’s Mike IX Williams Joins

Motörhead left the world with so much great music that continues to inspire generations of heavy-music fans—including Mike IX Williams of NOLA sludgecore badass iHategod. Below, the singer-guitarist voices over his favorite Motörhead song.

Lemmy’s love and general appearance for the Ramones

It’s almost impossible to pick a Motörhead song as a favorite – crazy fans of his historic career already know this. But, “R.A.M.O.N.E.S” tunes off the top of my head. Right now comes to mind as a standout, due to the sheer clarity of the song’s theme. Lemmy’s love for the Ramones and his involvement in the early punk scene in general is something I’m very interested in,

The song is a tribute to the OG criminal band of Queens.

The track is notable for the entire three-minute, three-chord style “Brothers”, name-dropping band members and song titles, all good, simple and fast. Coming from the punk scene itself, Motörhead always fits right in, and Lemmy’s associations with Damned, Sid Vicious, Wendy O, and other flamboyant stalwarts have made them an utter darling to frantic head-banging punk rockers around the world. .

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