- 17 Feb 21
The album was captured at Motörhead's December 2012 show at the Velodrom in Berlin in support of 2010's 'The Wörld Is Yours'.
Titled Louder Than Noise...Live in Berlin, the release is slated to arrive on April 23rd on CD/DVD, vinyl, and digital formats.
The 15-song set rips through the signature moments of Motörhead large song catalogue, highlighted by hits like 'Ace of Spades' and 'The Chase Is Better Than the Catch'.
On December 5th, 2012, Motörhead were in the middle of their 'Kings of the Road' tour to support their 2010 album The Wörld Is Yours. Formed in England in 1975, Kilmister was the sole constant member.
The show was also the last date of a European run with Anthrax, with members of the group joining Motörhead on stage for the set's final song, 'Overkill'.
Thankfully, the Berlin show was not only captured in audio form, but also on video by Herwig Meyszner - who previously shot concert films for Saxon, Exodus, and Kreator.
The multi-camera film captures every moment of the performance, making it one of the most complete visual documents of latter-era Motörhead in the live setting. Described as “a crowning, definitive statement as to the power the trio had long held”, the project is set to be groundbreaking.
The late Lemmy Kilmister died at age 70 from prostate cancer, cardiac arrthymia and heart failure on December 28, 2015. A feature length biopic on the musician is set to be in the works, directed by Greg Olliver.
He remained committed to Motörhead up until his death, playing the band’s now-final show just three weeks prior to his passing.
Pre-order Louder Than Noise...Live in Berlin via Motörhead’s online store here.
Check out 'Over the Top', plus the album’s artwork and tracklist below.
Louder Than Noise...Live in Berlin Tracklist:
01. I Know How to Die
02. Damage Case
03. Stay Clean
05. Over the Top
06. Doctor Rock
07. String Theory
08. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch
09. Rock It
10. You Better Run
11. The One to Sing the Blues
12. Going to Brazil
13. Killed by Death
14. Ace of Spades