Lemmy finally explained as robots rip through "Ace of Spades"
Scientists have long wondered why Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister is still standing. Here's an answer to why, despite smoking Marlboro Reds by the carton and drinking enough Jack Daniel's each week to float the Titanic, the bassist-singer hasn't succumbed to liver failure or lung cancer.
You might remember The Terminator sequence when Kyle Reese gives Sarah Conner the lowdown on the the robot chasing her with the following: "Underneath, it's a hyperalloy combat chassis — micro processor-controlled, fully armored. Very tough. But outside, it's living human tissue — flesh, skin, hair, blood, grown for the cyborgs."
Based on the below clip, someone finally ripped off Lemmy's outer skin and shipped the rest of him to the practice space.
Admittedly, the mix could have been a little better. Seriously people-you spend all that time building a bunch of robots and then teaching them how to play Motorhead's most famous song, but you can't hire a professional to take care of the sound quality side of things?
Still, it's hard to argue with the awesomness of the final product as three cyborg-looking creatures rip through "Ace of Spades".