Lemmy Returns to Performing Live: 'I'm Back From the Dead!'

artist: motorhead date: 04/15/2014 category: general music news
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Lemmy Returns to Performing Live: 'I'm Back From the Dead!'
Following a series of postponed live dates due to frontman Lemmy Kilmister's health issues, Motorhead have finally hit the stage once again, performing their comeback show last Friday (April 11) at Los Angeles' Club Nokia.

As the Examiner report points out, Lemmy was "looking healthy, but maybe a little thinner" as he triumphantly exclaimed "I'm back from the dead!"

The band appropriately kicked off the show with "I Know How to Die" track, charging through a total of 15 tunes. During the encore, Slash joined the guys for "Ace of Spades" and "Overkill."

Back in 2013, Motorhead were forced to postpone their European tour due to serious health scares on Kilmister's behalf. Subsequently, the frontman was implanted with a heart defibrillator for an irregular heartbeat.

Lemmy also had to change his lifestyle and drastically cut down smoking and drinking. His health has since improved, allowing the group to return to promoting their latest album "Aftershock."

Check out the band's upcoming live dates here, scroll down for full Club Nokia performance setlist.

Motorhead Live at Club Nokia, Los Angeles, April 11:

01. I Know How to Die
02. Damage Case
03. Stay Clean
04. Metropolis
05. Over the Top
06. Guitar Solo
07. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch
08. Rock It
09. Lost Woman Blues
10. Dr. Rock / Drum Solo
11. Just 'Cos You Got the Power
12. Going to Brazil
13. Killed by Death

Encore:

14. Ace of Spades (w/ Slash)
15. Overkill (w/ Slash)
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