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Motorhead - Colston Hall, Bristol - 18th November 2012 (Photo Gallery)

Monday, 19 November 2012 Written by Jon Stickler
Motorhead - Colston Hall, Bristol - 18th November 2012 (Photo Gallery)

In keeping with what has now become tradition for any self respecting rock fan, Motorhead have been out on the road for their annual autumn tour. Last night, the iconic Lemmy Kilmister and co wrapped up 2012's tour with a thundering performance at Bristol's Colston Hall. Stereoboard were on hand to capture all the action on stage!

The huge success of Motorhead's 35th Anniversary tour in 2010, the success of critically acclaimed rockumentary ‘Lemmy’ and the release of their twentieth studio album 'The World Is Yours', proved that Motorhead are very much keeping everything louder than everything else.

Photographs courtesy of Craig Thomas (www.oppositeimages.co.uk) for Stereoboard.com (c) 2012. No unauthorised use without permission.


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