Motörhead cancel shows in Europe
Cancellations come on heels of news of Lemmy's heart trouble
Less than a week after word got out that Lemmy had been fitted for a defibrillator earlier this year after experiencing heart trouble, the Motörhead legend has been forced to cancel his band’s June 22 and June 25 appearances in Europe for what’s been reported as an unspecified hematoma.
Barley Arts Promotion posted a message via Facebook on Sunday, which thanks to Google Translate, reads:
With great regret we inform you that, after having cancelled a date in Austria yesterday, Motörhead are also forced to cancel the date of June 25 in Milan, for the same reason, i.e. health problems Lemmy, caused by a strong hematoma makes it impossible at present to go on stage.
Seriously, get well, Lemmy.
Who would win in a fight, Lemmy or God?
Heh-heh, it's a trick question! Lemmy is God!
( I can't believe I just quoted the movie Airheads...)
At least they caught it now. Get well soon. Cannot stop the Iron Fist!
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