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Upon Lemmy's death, his ashes were encased inside bullets and sent out to close friends, which touring crew members have now used to pay tribute to him.
Former members of Motörhead's road crew recently paid tribute to Lemmy by getting tattoos using ink that was blended with the late frontman's ashes.
A video posted by the band's official YouTube channel documents the process and was posted yesterday on the sixth anniversary of the iconic rock singer's death.
Longtime tour manager Eddie Rocha and production assistant Emma Cederblad got inked up with a portrait of Lemmy and the iconic 'Ace of Spades' image, respectively.
Upon Lemmy's death, his ashes were encased inside bullets and sent out to his closest friends, which Rocha and Cederblad both received.
In other Motörhead news, it was announced last year that a new biopic about Lemmy will start production soon.
Directed by Greg Olliver, the film will tell the story of the rock singer's life from growing up in Stoke-On-Trent in England, his rise to rock superstardom with his band, to then passing away at 70 from pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles as an icon.
Watch former Motörhead crew members Eddie Rocha and Emma Cederblad pay tribute to Lemmy through tattoos below.
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