There are few characters in rock history more deserving of a full-blown documentary than Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister. Not only has he led Motörhead for an incredible 35 years, he's also been a member of Hawkwind, a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, a fixture of the L.A. metal scene for the past two decades and a rock fan since the 1950s.
Lemmy will hit theaters in select U.S. cities in mid-January, and on February 15 it will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray and as a digital download. It features Dave Grohl, Alice Cooper, Slash and many others talking about Lem's legendary status, and features extensive interview footage with Lemmy himself.
In this exclusive preview from the film, we get a guided tour of Lemmy's memorabilia-crammed apartment in Los Angeles: tons of Motörhead memorabilia, as well as a Grammy Award and various plaques, steins, skulls, military helmets, toy tanks, busts and even Lemmy's son, whom he singles out as the most-cherished object in the apartment.
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