Live Review: Motorhead Rocking Out Detroit

A little bit ago, we posted an exclusive interview with Neil Fallon, singer of the rock band Clutch. As many of you know, that interview was conducted while they were opening up for legendary rock and roll band Motorhead. While we didn’t get an interview with Lemmy (we’re working on it people!), we did get to watch one hell of a show and take some awesome pictures for your viewing pleasure. Check it all out after the jump.

How do you go about trying to describe a concert from one of the most legendary rock bands out there? There are some things that words just can’t describe, like the camaraderie of the fans, the atmosphere, and the feeling that shoots through you when the lights turn off, the crowd roars and the band takes the stage.
Let’s be honest here, this is Motorhead you’re seeing. They might not have had a huge stage production, they might not have had the coolest light show you’ve ever seen. But what they did have was an attitude and they brought it. They kicked our asses by starting with ‘We Are Motorhead’ and didn’t stop rocking until the crowd was sweaty, filthy and hoarse from shouting. Not only do they play rock and roll, they fucking live it.
 Live Review: Motorhead Rocking Out Detroit
Photo Courtesy of Richard A. DeLong (RAD Photography)
For more exclusive photos of Motorhead rocking out the Royal Oak Music Theater, check out Bloody-Disgusting’s Facebook.
Royal Oak, MI Set List:
We Are Motorhead
Stay Clean
Get Back In Line
Metropolis
Over The Top
Rock Out
The Thousand Names Of God
I Got Mine
I Know How To Die
Chase Is Better Than The Catch
In the Name Of Tragedy
Just Cos’ You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death
Ace Of Spades
Overkill

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