Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee gave a fresh update regarding frontman Lemmy Kilmister's health following a series of recent scares, sharing a few quite optimistic remarks.
"It's much, much better," Mikkey told Kaaos TV. "He's been good for awhile. He's working hard on his health. We just did three weeks in the U.S. He's up and about. It's more to get going again. It's for the whole band. We've never been off eight months.
"But Lemmy's much better, and he played great when we did this U.S. leg, so I really hope that he can stay healthy," the drummer added (via Blabbermouth). "And he looks good, so that's all I can say. And he's working very, very hard on it, too, so all the best."
As reported, Motorhead were forced to repeatedly postpone their shows due to Lemmy's health deterioration. The frontman's bad shape was clearly visible during a Wacken 2013 performance, when the band cut their performance short after seven songs.
Marking his return to the stage, Lemmy triumphantly shouted during last month's LA gig, "I'm back from the dead!"