Watch Slash Pay Tribute to Lemmy With 'Ace of Spades' Cover

"I'm going to miss this guy more than words can express; Rock n Roll personified," guitarist says of Motorhead singer

Slash, along with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, paid tribute to Lemmy with a cover of Motorhead's "Ace of Spades" at their New Year's Eve gig

Amid reports that Guns N' Roses will reunite at Coachella, Slash along with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators performed a New Year's Eve gig at Las Vegas' House of Blues Thursday, where the guitarist paid tribute to Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister with a cover of "Ace of Spades."

"I'm going to miss this guy more than words can express; Rock n Roll personified & the embodiment of everything it stands for & a truly good friend. RIP Lemmy," Slash wrote on Instagram after Kilmister passed away December 28th after a short battle with cancer. Two weekends before Lemmy's death, Slash was among the rockers in attendance at Kilmister's 70th birthday party at Los Angeles' Whisky a Go Go; the guitarist performed Motörhead's "(We Are) the Road Crew" with members of Anthrax at the birthday concert.

As Blabbermouth notes, Slash and Lemmy previously teamed on "Doctor Alibi," a track off Slash's 2010 self-titled solo album. That same year, Slash and Dave Grohl, who got an "Ace of Spades" tattoo following Lemmy's death, joined Kilmister for a performance of "Ace of Spades" at the Revolver Golden God Awards. Grohl, Slash and Lemmy joined up again, this time for a cover of Chuck Berry's "Let it Rock," at the Foo Fighters' January 2015 concert at Los Angeles' the Forum.