MOTÖRHEAD – ‘Lost Woman Blues’
aaamusic | On 26, Aug 2014
Motörhead are back! After the health issues of the singer Lemmy Kilmister, the band are back with a tour that has seen them playing at the British Summer Festival in Hyde Park few weeks ago and that keeps going on all around the world. Additionally, Motörhead are about to release a reissue of their 21st studio album Aftershock, this time only with live tracks. Aftershock Tour Edition is anticipated by the live concert video of ‘Lost Woman Blues’, a song where blues and metal meet each other. The first half of the song is slow tempo rock-blues, while the second half is pure rock’n’roll.
The video is taken from the live in San Francisco on April and shows some beautiful images of the city, the preparation of the setting for the concert and the devoutness of the fans of Motörhead, the legendary hard rock/heavy metal band from UK that has been rocking since 1975 and that still boasts the gritty voice of Lemmy Kilmister, the screeching guitar of Phil Campbell and the energetic drum of Mikkey Dee.