in a new interview with Scars & Guitars Podcast, Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell talked about playing gigs after Lemmy’s death.
He said (Via UG):
“We still play ‘Ace of Spades’ and one or two Motorhead songs. I enjoy playing them, they go down well. We play lots of our own stuff as well.
“Some people, they don’t even bother to read the writing credits of the Motorhead stuff. They just think it’s Lemmy’s thing. That kind of pisses me off. A lot of people seem to think that way.
“A few times I’ve said to people, ‘Read the writing credits.’ You can only take so much sometimes. [Laughs]
“It depends on what mood you get in, but I know what all the other band members have contributed. It was a proper band effort, we all worked hard with that band. Everyone was working their a*ses off.”
on his new album “Old Lions Still Roar,” Phil said:
“I just didn’t want to do an album sounding like Motorhead, I’ve done 20-odd albums like that.”
Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister was recording new tracks for his solo album in the summer of 2015 before he died. Unfortunately, it was not possible to complete this album. Few months ago, Lemmy Kilmister’s final studio recording, “We Are the Ones” was released. The track was recorded in collaboration with guitarist Chris Declercq and features studio drumming from Josh Freese (The Vandals/ex-A Perfect Circle, etc.) and co-producer Martin Guigui. Lemmy Kilmister was loved by everyone, from fans to press. Drummer Mikkey has joined Scorpions and guitarist Phil has been playing in a band with his sons.