Motorhead was a British rock band formed in 1975 by bassist and vocalist Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister. The band's music was a blend of heavy metal, rock and roll, and punk rock, and they are widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the heavy metal genre.
Motorhead released numerous albums throughout their career, including classics like "Overkill," "Bomber," and "Ace of Spades." The band's music was characterized by its fast, aggressive sound, and Kilmister's distinctive gravelly voice.
In addition to their music, Motorhead was also known for their high-energy live performances and their signature "War Pig" logo. The band's influence on the heavy metal genre has been significant, and their music has inspired countless other musicians and bands over the years.
After Lemmy Kilmister's death in 2015, Motorhead disbanded, but their legacy continues to live on through their music and the many fans they have influenced over the years.