No stranger to the Rock-n-Roll scene, Motörhead, the successful iconic trio, has provided four decades worth of unforgettable tunes including the signature “Ace of Spades.” Known for being unstoppable, there was no better way to celebrate these forty years by releasing the twenty-second album Bad Magic on August 28th via UDR. The anniversary party did not end there, as they carried on to support this journey by embarking a five-week North American Tour. Shortly after its kickoff, frontman Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, unfortunately, felt ill due to the altitude change in Colorado’s Riot Fest. News continued to flourish, including Lemmy walking off of the stage in Texas on Sept 1st, where many were worried for the sake of his declining health. Fans rapidly checked the internet daily to wait for a hopeful return or hear about an unfortunate cancelation. A few days passed by when news sprung, shortly after the Labor Day weekend, informing all that Lemmy recovered and the tour will continue. Rockers from Long Island, New York were now determined to celebrate the end of their Summer by doing whatever it took to see these legends on Wednesday, September 16th explode on the Nikon Jones Beach Theater stage. Supporting them on this celebration were legendary Thrashers Anthrax and Rockers, Crobot.
Crobot - Anthrax - Motorhead
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