The Motörcast is the official podcast series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Motörhead’s seminal, Ace Of Spades album. Marvel at the warts and all stories of life on the road, behind the scenes, in the studio and more importantly, down the pub. Subscribe now to hear all these tales of rock n’roll excess from the people who were in the midst of the Motör-machine at the time. Presented by Howard H Smith.
The Life Long Fan
Dedicated Motörhead fan John Bingham has been an avid fan of the band for over four decades. Here he shares his memories of following the loudest band on earth since an early age. Presented by Howard H Smith.
The Backline Company
The providers of Motörhead's backline equipment from pretty much day one are Audiolease and company founder Steve Sunderland lets in on all secrets of this volumous gear on this episode! Hosted by Howard H Smith.
The Musician Friend
The friendship between Lemmy and fellow musician Gass Wild dates back pre-Hawkwind. Here he shares his stories and memories of the years they spent together. Hosted by Howard H Smith.
The Journalist Pt.3
No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith was the first ever live album to crash into the UK charts at No.1 and renowned rock journalist Malcolm Dome shares his Motörhead memories from his decades of writing about and interviewing the band. Presented by Howard H Smith.
The US Fan Club Founder
Motörhead first toured the USA in 1981 as support to Ozzy Osbourne and after a chance meeting with the band, a young fan, Gregory Yarde was inspired to start the Motörhead appreciation club of America.
The Journalist Pt.2
Heavy metal flows in Dom Lawson’s veins and with many years of experience under his belt as a music journalist, he’s interviewed, reviewed, seen and written about Motörhead a lot. Hear all his tales and thought them here.
Superb to hear so many stories, straight from the horses mouth. Keep up the good work - loving it!
What Hammersmith shows?!
The best episodes have been brilliant, including Krusher, Dom Lawson and Stefan Chirazi. But listening to a conversation about the Hammersmith gigs recorded for the No Sleep... album made me wonder if I was being stitched up!
Deep into Motörhead
Deep into Motörhead by the people who were actually there. A+