Motorhead live Bomber clip released

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A clip of Motorhead performing their classic track Bomber has been released.

It’s lifted from upcoming live package Clean Your Clock, which will be released on coloured 2LP gatefold with pop-up art, CD, DVD/CD, Blu-ray/CD and digital formats on May 27 via UDR.

The show was recorded and filmed on November 21 and 22 last year during the band’s shows at the Zenith in Munich, Germany – just a month before frontman Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister died of an aggressive form of cancer aged 70.

Clean Your Clock is available for pre-order via the label’s website.

This year’s Metal Hammer Golden Gods event will see Motorhead men Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee join Saxon onstage to play A Salute To Lemmy. Tickets for the event at London’s Eventim Apollo on June 13 are on sale now (opens in new tab), priced £6.66. Fans can place their votes for this year’s awards to be in with a chance to win tickets.

Clean Your Clock tracklist

  1. Bomber
  2. Stay Clean
  3. Metropolis
  4. When The Sky Comes Looking For You
  5. Over The Top
  6. Guitar Solo
  7. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
  8. Lost Woman Blues9
  9. Rock It
  10. Orgasmatron
  11. Doctor Rock
  12. Just ‘Coz You Got The Power
  13. No Class
  14. Ace Of Spades
  15. Whorehouse Blues
  16. Overkill
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