Motörhead is a British rock band that was formed in London in 1975. The band is best known for its distinctive brand of heavy metal, which features fast, aggressive music, gritty vocals, and lyrics that often deal with themes of sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
Motörhead was founded by bassist and vocalist Lemmy Kilmister, who had previously been a member of the band Hawkwind. The band's original lineup also included guitarist Larry Wallis and drummer Lucas Fox.
Over the years, Motörhead underwent numerous lineup changes, with Lemmy being the only constant member throughout the band's career. Some of the band's most popular songs include "Ace of Spades," "Overkill," "Bomber," and "Iron Fist."
Motörhead's music has had a significant influence on the heavy metal genre, and the band is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the genre. They have released over 20 studio albums and have sold millions of records worldwide.
Lemmy's death in 2015 marked the end of an era for the band, but their music continues to be celebrated by fans around the world. Motörhead's legacy as one of the most important and influential bands in the history of heavy metal remains secure.