Lemmy Kilmister told Billboard that Motörhead will be back with a new album next year and that the band will celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2015. If they can hang in there, of course.
"We'll think of something; we always do -- probably involving naked women or something. But we've been lucky; we've been around so long people realize they can't get us to go away, so they've just decided to join us. Lemmy told Billboard. You might not like what we do, but we do what we do very well.”
Motörhead just released a new live album The World Is Ours -- Vol. 2: Anyplace Crazy As Anywhere Else, compiled from concerts at the Wacken Open Air Festival, Rock in Rio, and the Sonisphere Festival. “We're a live band first and foremost," said Lemmy. "It's louder, you know, and there's more people there. It's a different thing than being in the studio.”