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February 2016 Vandala 8 REVIEWS & FraTORIAL Daughter 'Not To Disappear' (Alternative, Pop/Rock) Coldair 'The Provider' (Alternative) Lecrae 'Church Clothes 3r (Hip Hop) Wray Illypatia' (Alternative Rock) The Besnard Lakes 'A Coliseum Complex Museum' (Alternative)

16 LIVE MUSIC & PHOTOS Vance Joy & Reuben and The Dark Packs the House The Lion, The Bear, The Fox in Kelowna, BC Wonderfruit, Thailand's Premiere Eco-Friendly, Globally Conscious Festival, Returns for Triumphant Second Year Slaughterfest 2016 Fred Penner Helps Rediscover Youthful Exuberance

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Daughter - 'Not To Disappear' (Alternative, Pop/Rock) By Michael Smith - 4/5 Dragons Ofi The latest release from London group Daughter is a wintery monument and absolute success in out doing the beauty and song writing of their 2013 release, If You Leave. Elena Tonra's soft and breathy voice is one of the finest deliverers of tragic sounds in music today, and that voice along with her words and the sound created bring about an atmosphere like a gentle wind blowing through frosted grass at dawn. The tears you'll shed will come with dejection, but you will also appreciate the elegance this album surrounds you with. Where If You Leave, had the air of recent heartbreak and saturnine emotions, like the song writing, Not To Disappear delivers a new found sense of strength and desire. The world may be a dour place to me right now, every day is a challenge to discover the good in my surroundings, some days are better than others, and I still long for the past, but I'm trying, and I'm getting stronger, that statement encapsulate the theme and feel of this release. With two magnificent releases, the future for this band is bright, but that will come late, listeners should enjoy this pulchritudinous contribution to music now. www.ohdaughter.com kt

Coldair 'The Provider' (Alternative) By Michael Smith - 3.5/5 Dragons The vocals are dramatically delivered with a cold softness, and synth lines are dark and distinctively mysterious. The band demonstrates their talent for crafting Depeche Mode style electro rock, with less of the boisterous power of the Gahan/Gore song writing style and more of ashen skepticism. The album follows from track to track as a thick black velvety liquid slowly making its way down a solid white television screen. The entire album creates an achromic aura throughout, something very prominent isn't the electro - rock of the late 90's, without carrying the sense of future embarrassment that seemed to overhang most of the late 90's. www.coldairmusic.com

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Lecrae - 'Church Clothes 3' (Hip Hop) By Dustin Griffin - 4/5 Dragons I said this when the album was released, but it's an amazing thing to witness pop culture shift before your eyes and to know it when it's happening. Thats how I felt when Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp A Butterfly' came out. I knew it would change things, I could feel the change start to happen. And ever since, I've been hearing it in the releases that have followed. I heard it in Dre's new album 'Compton', I heard it in Bowie's (RIP) new album 'Blackstar', and I hear it in Lecrae's new album 'Church Clothes 3'. I hear a lot of it in 'Church Clothes 3' actually. And not just the beats. Lecrae has always been fairly politically conscious in the content of his music. His song "Welcome To America" from his acclaimed album 'Anomaly', spoke of the facade of the American dream and of building oneself up from nothing. The songs on 'Church Clothes 3' take his considerations and calls to action one step further by canvassing a wider berth of America and focusing on the ghettos and lost souls they house. On the first two songs alone, 'Freedom' and 'Gangland', Lecrae pleads for and purses a kind of truth that starts at a human level and then reaches deeper, as he tends to do, into spiritual concerns. They are powerful tracks. Kendrick isn't the only current hip hop leader Lecrae is looking to for inspiration. The songs 'Deja Vu' and wouldn't know' sound like they could have both come right off of Drake's last album, in the latter songs case, auto tune intact, minus the cussing. While on 'Sidelines' he embodies J. Cole in everything from beats to bars to pronunciation. But no matter who Lecrae takes his tips from, his production throughout is always at the highest level. Listening to this album in a quiet place with a good pair of bassy headphones is a great experience. Songs like 'It Is What It Is' and 'Misconceptions' are so filled with so many different sounds and musical accents, you're guaranteed to hear something new with every spin. It's also a musically versatile record. The heady thump of 'Misconceptions' is offset by its lead-in track 'Forever', a breezy, soulful track that is as much R&B as it is hip hop. The dark clear째 banger 'Sidelines' is followed by the clean minimalism of 'Cruising', which also highlights Lecrae's enviable delivery, as technically proficient as it is smooth. Ultimately Lecrae latest, which is, as all the "Church Clothes" releases are, technically a mix tape, rather than a true follow up to "Anomaly", relies a little too heavily on what's hot on the wire right now and doesn't offer enough of what Lecrae himself has to offer to be totally satisfying. But it does bang, and it does flow, as the best of his release do, and even when it suffers a lack of ambition or originality, it does it so well you won't hear many complaints from his fan base. www.lecrae.com 10 VandalaMagazine.Com - February 2016


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allaum Reiviiew Wray - `Hypatia' (Alternative Rock) By Michael Smith - 4/5 Dragons A lurid sound wave, of grey skies, dismal thoughts of nothing, and the beauty misery can create. Hypatia is well crafted addition to the shoegaze genre's library in the last of such innovators as Slowdive and Spiritualized. The Alabama trio create a nihilistic sounds cape hooking listeners with hauntingly seductive whispered vocals that play as much a role in setting the alburnws melancholic tone as the waves of washed out guitar solos that bash through the wall of sound with a sad fury. Paired with this will force toe tap or a head nod at every slap of the snare. The air feels bleak, and it looks as though your eyes only see through a black and white lens. You lay yourself in the sand close your eyes, hear the waves churn in, and ponder everything and nothing. www.wrayofficial.com

The Besnard Lakes - A Coliseum Complex Museum (Afternative) By Michael Smith - 4/5 Dragons The Besnard Lakes kickoff 2016 with an album full of passion and brimming with emotion. Combing the sound wave textures of shoegaze, and the outdoorsy atmosphere you are used to hearing from the band's peers such as Bon Iver and others, however, where those acts can leave listeners waiting for the guitar riff or vocal dramatics that draw you this album's tracks pull you in immediately and keep you there for the entire length of the album. The guitar work on the album is big and creates high level of pageantry, that creates that draw, and being paired with the soft vocal delivery, there is a true power created that will not immediate for listeners or bother those that may believe this genre is becoming too generic. If this is a taste of what is to come in 2016, it will be a very good year. www.thebesnardlakes.com

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Vance Joy & Reuben and The Dark Packs the House Article and Photos by Crystal Lee Reuben and The Dark and Vance joy hit Kelowna this past week with a sold out show. I honestly didn't know what to expect as I usually hit very few folk/pop type of shows. Plus a new venue to visit; The Kelowna Community Theater but had no worries as it was a Live Nation show and it always goes smoothly with them. I am one that shows up early for shows for many reasons of course to see openers but also I am able to see the crowd and hear the fans. It's rare I get to see a really diverse fan base and this is one of the most I have seen in a long time. You saw parents with their teenagers, seniors, 201 30 and 40 some things. This just shows how much talent these artists have to reach so many areas of fans. Plus all ages where wearing Vance Joy shirts though I was more excited to see Vance as I have seen Reuben and The Dark but by the end of the night a fan of both. Last time I saw Reuben and The Dark he was at the Streaming Cafe for a small intimate acoustic set. It is one of those gems around here to find talent before they hit bigger stages as this tour shows. Don't get me wrong I love my small venues and acoustic set but to this group in a larger venue where they could let loose was a great pleasure. Even let the band move around was nice to see. As soon as Reuben and The Dark stepped on stage the crowd cheered and knew exactly who he was and knew his music as it was clear with the first song 'Devil's Time'. I personally looked forward to "Rolling Stone" which was the second song and found out fast I was not alone. Fans new the words, camera phones started to record. With being in the theater Reuben could let loose on his vocals. I finally got to see how much power he has behind him that you hear in their full length album Funeral Sky. And this night we got to hear one new song 'Heart In Two' which is free if you buy his album currently. The highlight was when Reuben put the guitar down and after seeing him perform without it I feel he should more often. More talent is hidden behind it. When he sang Marionette' that has a gospel feel you saw something spectacular out of him. Every movement, every word was passion. On the album it was one of my favorites but after hearing it live not sure if I could listen to it the same way. Vance Joy is an artist that came into my radar via one of my staff members and then more details from PR agents emails. At first not sure what to think but this show made me fully understand. He is by in his own right a star in the Folk/Pop World. There were signs of all sizes, the girls with shirts. Also husband and wives and people of all ages which shows Vance Joys reach. Even the older ladies were excited to see him. The crowd was getting more excited each minute as I stood on the side with my camera. Oddly it was just one microphone at center stage and the band was further back. I waited and listened to fans of all ages. Nothing but positive words about his music and Vance Joy as a person. A Little side note Vance Joy is not his real name but is a character of a book " that James Gabriel Keogh chose while he was in University. He also has a Law Degree to boot. bliss"

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As soon as he stepped up the crowd was up on their feet and cheering and those signs popped up. Murphy's Law says right in front of the camera; seriously not sure where she hide a sign that big. Vance Joy in center stage had his acoustic guitar and belted out his vocals. Crisp, clear and clean. Then I fully understood the aura of Vance Joy in the first verse. Vance started singing and this 28 year old Aussie singer-songwriter and with his band behind him he performed hit after hit. I noticed that all ages sang along and were enjoying the show equally even one woman who said she was 68. I think the draw is the wholesome, genuineness that flows from this artist on and off stage as well as his music. His love for his fans is huge, and come off as just so happy to be there and perform and most of all see the fans. Each song getting more crowd love song after song as it was building. Much of his set included songs from Dream Your Life Away Album. One of which is the name of the tour 'Fire and The Flood'. Currently the music video has 3.25 million views. As the concert went on I swear the cheers got louder and louder. So many reasons this show was sold out along with so many up and coming dates. Online Links: www.vancejoy.com www.facebook.com/Vancejoy www.reubenandthedark.com www.facebook.com/ReubenAndTheDark

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Fred Penner Helps Rediscover Youthful Exuberancr Article by Ashton Clemmer On Friday, January 15th, 2016 I found myself walking through a log. That's right, I walked through a log, which could only mean either I'd eaten a really bad sandwich for lunch and was hallucinating, or Fred Penner was in town; thankfully it was the latter. Located on Whyte Ave in Edmonton, AB, The Buckingham, an upstairs bar to a pizza place and piercing parlour below, played host to Fred Penner, the loveable children's singer/songwriter and host of TV series Fred Penner's Place, where you had to walk through a log to get to his HIDDEN place. Accompanying Fred Penner was The Willy Nillies, and Rusty on what would be an evening loaded with acoustic guitars, gypsies and adults singing children's songs. Rusty, a solo-act, folk-punk singer from Edmonton, AB was the first on the evening's roster. Equipped with a harmonica on a neck holder, guitar in hand, and a foot tambourine, the well known local musician grabbed the audience's attention quickly with his musical multitasking abilities. Between playing and witty banter with the audience, Rusty never disappoints in a show."I'm really excited to be opening for someone who's primarily a children's song singer, because none of this is appropriate," said Rusty. The genuine lyrics within his songs allow concert goers to relate to their everyday lives. His light, but powerful voice is memorable. With upbeat tempos and a contagious smile, Rusty produces a very feel-good sound and mood, leaving a great atmosphere early into the night. Having a few more people walk through the log, The Willy Nillies took to the stage. Although I'd never heard of the group before and not knowing what to expect, I was taken aback by the style the band portrays. Best described visually as a group of gothic, steam-punk gypsies, their music is equally as unique. Describing the genre of music played by The Willy Nillies is difficult to put into words, with the instruments in the band ranging from trumpets to cellos, and keyboards to washboards. It's somewhere between, "make up something crazy" and "something equally obscure". The music reminds me of Day of the Dead with a western/folk influence. Although the combination is strange, it is enjoyable. The five piece group performs well and is led by vocalist and guitarist, George Ireland whose vocal range impressed. Although all songs are not quick tempo, the band produces extremely high energy and had the crowd dancing for the majority of their set. Nothing about the band is ordinary and they have done a great job creating an original style, and mastering it. Their song, Queen was the one song that stood out most to me throughout the performance, and with its quick tempo produced, less mush pit, and more eccentric dance pit. After everyone went outside and had cooled down from the unbelievable temperature the venue had accumulated, smoked, and grabbed a drink, the anticipation began to rise. The intro song for the Fred Penner's Place television show began playing, and the man himself made his way from the back of the bar to the front stage, wading through the intoxicated young adults he once sang to as children. Penner greeted the audience, and jumped right into his set. Early on playing the well known, What a Day and then doing a wide array of originals and covers - from(Ghost) Riders In The Sky to Big Yellow Taxi. Penner and his bassist/back-up guitarist Paul O'Neill, entertain well together and were very in sync with each other throughout the night. The two accepted requests from the audience, and even serenaded a concert-goer, singing 38 VandalaMagazine.Com - February 2016


her happy birthday, of course with help from the crowd. As the night went on, Penner told stories from his life and past endeavours, his influences, and what music meant to him. The nostalgia filled the room, as people from 18 and up belted Puff, The Magic Dragon, The Cat Came Back, and the fan favourite, Sandwiches, remembering their youth and a simpler time. Penner addressed the audience, almost as if they were still the children he sang to all those years ago. After many stories, and even more songs, the set had finished late in the evening and Penner graciously stayed at The Buckingham to sign autographs and talk to anyone who wanted to. For most, they walked through the log one last time to Fred Penner's Place. To see if Fred Penner is coming to your town on this tour, you can visit his website and social media at: www.fredpenner.com www.twitter.comi Fred Penner

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Inte rimiew You mentioned killing posers; do you still feel the need to fight poserdom 25 years in? John: Yeah. Chuck: Oh yeah. John: It's a never ending battle. It goes on forever. There will always be posers and they always deserve to die! Why do they deserve to die? Chuck: Because they are posers! Kyle: It would be worse if they were alive! John: There's so many posers out there that even if you try to kill all of them there will always be new ones. It's kind of like a video game! What are you favorite techniques of killing posers? Kyle: Blasphemic death metal! Chuck: You just pull out that weapon of mass metal. John: It's important to keep the tradition of poser killing alive. Paul Baloff promoted it for a while and ever since he passed away we sometimes have to do it in his honor! Chuck: You've got to carry the torch he lit and kills posers with. Sonny, what is your stance on killing posers? Sonny: I don't think of stuff as posers. Either you like what I do or you don't. If that's the style of music you like cool, I just stay away. Chuck: An armistice. John: He's trying to play it cool because he's more of a poser killer than any of us. Kyle: He has a family and stuff so he has to limit his poser killing. He can't just be killing posers out his front door, he's got to say"Look guys, I can only kill so many posers at once!" What do you love so much about music? Chuck: Outlet. Kyle: Even this - it brings us a chance to laugh and joke and talk about killing posers. We release all of that build up and it gets out all of the pain from the day. John: It's just an outlet. Chuck: It's in your blood! John: Life kind of sucks for the most part, music makes it better. Kyle: It's a drug. Who doesn't like drugs? Posers! John: They like poser drugs! Kyle: Posers are bath salts users! But yeah, it's in our blood! Chuck: It's a lifestyle. It's not passing fancy or random interest. John: At a certain point you make a decision if you are going to continue being a musician or not. Posers do it as a trend but most people that are musicians can't get away from it and will do it even if it's on a small level. There's something about playing or composing music - even just listening to music that really means a lot and February 2016 - VandalaMagazine.Com 43


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Charlie Benante is a good dude, a dude who represents the heart and soul of Anthrax and has spent a lifetime cultivating and sharing the music he loves. We got a chance to talk with him about upcoming new material beyond their new record and the power of music. How is it doing a day of interviews like this? Charlie: Sometimes I get sick of talking about myself! I was kind of curious... I thought you all lived in New York when did you more to Chicago? Charlie: I moved out here a couple of years ago, it's a long story! What I didn't realize before researching this interview is that you are the beating heart of Anthrax... Charlie: You said that, I didn't! (Laughter) Well how did the archiving thing start? Charlie: Since day one I was a bit of a hoarder. I would collect one of everything that we did and just put it away. I would tell our sound guy, "Here record the show for me!" I would just put it away. I would take posters from gigs and put that away. I would get one of every shirt and just put it away. That's just me. How do ou store it all? Charlie: We have a storage space which is sort of like a really big attic. Somewhere in Chicago there is an Anthrax lair? Charlie: Pretty much. Has there ever been a dream of doing an Anthrax museum? Charlie: No, but that's way over the top. It would be fun though. I was really impressed with the new record, now that you've had it in the can for a while how do you feel about it? Charlie: I love it. I really do. I think it's an achievement. Believe me, I feel so fulfilled with my own contribution to the band. Before even writing one of these songs I was a little worried the songs wouldnTt come and then they did. I always say that after the sixth song is written I can breathe a little easier because we are well on our way. You wrote twenty for this album though... 50 VandalaMagazine.Com - February 2016


Interivilow Am Interiview with) @ban ie Bemamte Charlie: That was the goal. I didn't want to do twenty bullshit songs either, I wanted to do twenty really good songs. There are twenty songs but not all of them are finished lyrically and stuff. Is there a chance of getting an EP or something next year? Charlie: I think something like that could evolve. I could see us going back and finishing those songs and doing an EP. I don't want to make everyone wait for another full length. I would love to do another one of those Anthems and maybe put two new songs with that. Of the seven remaining how many do you think could come out? Charlie: There's three good ones, really good ones that are not quite finished yet but one of them I know is being worked on now with something else in mind for it. That's really fascinating... this was your first time writing this much material right? Charlie: Correct. I don't know why it just flowed so much this time but I was really inspired. I was just happy that it was coming out. I didn't fight it I just went with it. It must be encouraging that thirty three years into being a band you could suddenly have this giant creative windfall. Charlie: That's exactly what I thought! I was just so thankful that it was happening! It's just mind blowing. Charlie: Totally! Something I was curious about, obviously the carpal tunnel thing sucks, but what is your relationship like with Jon Dette? Charlie: Great. I love him Great drummer. I'm very thankful that he exists. How did he become the go to backup drummer for the Big Four? Charlie. Well a few years ago my mom got sick so I missed some dates to be there with her and our normal guy couldn't do it so we asked Jon to fill in and he did. Once Jon joined the band from Shadows Fall I think the others guy thought it would be weird to have two backups so they asked him to continue being the backup. That's how that went. The album art is I think my favorite Anthrax art thus far, where did the inspiration for that come from? Charlie: I was having coffee with Alex Ross and talking about concepts and if he would be into doing it. I told him a few of the concepts that I had. One or two he didn't get excited about but this one he was like "I think you've got something" and we kind of bounced off of each other after that. Once he had the concept in his head I was like "That's perfect!" He did an awesome job, he took my idea and made it come to life. I'm looking at it right now, and the details blow me away. Charlie: He's awesome! Was there any significance as to how the statues were lined up? Charlie: That's a pretty funny story in itself. Originally I had the statues going across. Alex said "No, no, no." There were two things he brought in. First was the February 2016 - VandalaMagazine.Com 51


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klemorir Lentoriti Wilmisber privilege, that seeing Motorhead in the flesh was a religious experience. And what's remarkable is that No Sleep's sequel, Better Motorhead Than Dead, documenting the band's triumphant return to Hammersmith twenty-six years after No Sleep, sounds very similar to the first. Proving that while their bodies aged, their energy and spirit did not. The band released a further seven live albums and while quality of the recordings varied, the performances stayed the same. It's still hard to listen to these songs and think that they are now a part of a history that was, rather than a history that is. 'Where were you when Lemmy died' will be a question asked by our generation in the same way that 'where were you when Elvis died' and 'where were you when John Lennon died' were questions asked by previous generations. Lemmy's death was a shock, mostly because, as I said before, we had all taken for granted that it would ever come. Death took it's shot, missed, and seemed to leave him alone. Leave him to age gracefully and play his music, the way it has for Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Fats Domino. Well, death came calling, and Lemmy seemed ready, according to reports. As one person who was with him when died remarked, Lemmy closed his eyes to take a nap and just never opened them again. Quiet, serene, classy. Like the man himself. I will miss Lemmy. I will miss his music. But I'm glad I got to share the same planetary space with him as long as I did, and I'm glad he gave us close to fifty(!) studio albums, live albums, EP's and compilations to bang our heads to for as long as we have heads to bang. Matt Bacons' Tribute I literally have no words. God is dead. There is no way around it. Somehow the unthinkable happened. Lemmy was perhaps our last great rock god, the last one who never sold out, who lived the life, never sobered up, never became a parody of himself. This was the man who managed to keep growing his musical palette 50 years into his career. Lemmy holds perhaps the world record for longest running speed habit and almost certainly has imbibed in more liquor than any other person to walk the earth. Oh, and he was in a little band called Motorhead - a band who paved the way for everyone from extreme metallers like Venom, Death and Mayhem to mainstream rockers like Metallica and Nirvana. When I first got the news I simply couldn't conceive it. I did not believe the news. News of Lemmy's poor health has been widely broadcast throughout the rock community for years now. It was easy to believe that Lemmy is dead. It's impossible to conceive it though. He stood for so much more than any of us can really understand and fundamentally shaped the way that people understand the concept of 'cool'. Lemmy can't be gone - it feels like the fundamental fabric of the world has torn and its core nature is all shaken up. And yet despite the widespread belief that Lemmy would never die, he has passed. This isntt an obituary, I don't really know how to write one and I don't think anything I wrote would do Lemmy justice. Hell - as is I'm having a hard time typing this article, with tears blotting out my vision and a killer hangover pounding through my skull as I sit in an apartment that smells vaguely of peanut butter. I'm not trying February 2016 - VandalaMagazine.Com 57


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to summarize Lemmy's life either - he wrote a book for a reason, he's motherf*cking Lemmy, there's more to the man than could ever be summarized in just a few words. I guess if I had to find a word to describe this particular piece it would be that this is a tribute. Here's the thing with Lemmy - his image was what made him larger than life - but the thing is, he lived it day in and day out. He put everything out on the floor, from his incredible drug habit to his more sensitive side, including his lost love Susan Bennett and his passion for history. There was a whole hell of a lot more to the man who once claimed to be 'indestructible' than I think that anyone realized, and when you find yourself on a pedestal like he did, it becomes increasingly difficult to reveal a more delicate touch when everybody just wants you to be a rock and roll badass. See - beneath the hard drinking fast living exterior there was a man who was, quite frankly a genius. He was the model for a whole generation of underground kids and metal freaks and he knew it, and acted the part. He embodied Hunter S Thompsons idea that you should "Be an outlaw, just not like anyone else.' The irony of course being that the last great outlaw ended up spawning a legion of imitators. Yet, Lemmy seemed strangely okay with the fact that he was a role model, and while he didn't condone the hero worship around him (And often flatly rejected it he certainly sought to live to a higher standard, something that I think that hundreds of thousands of fans noticed and took to heart. Lemmy wasn't a good guy and he didn't want to be He loved his son and he loved his women, but he never tried to deify himself, as easy as it would have been. He had a lifestyle that was wholly his own, living outside the law and playing the same f*cking poker video game at the Rainbow. I'm not sure how else to put it - this was a man whose entire existence should have been possible. He was one of those weird outliers that probability likes to spit out at us every once in a while to go 'What the f*ck?' before going back to the same boring bullshit. He, perhaps more than anyone else to walk the face of the earth, was 'that guy'. So I sit here, periodically having to take breaks in order to sob a little bit, this is the worst day ever after all. Here's the thing though, despite my outwardly emotional reaction and the incredible sadness that haunts me perhaps I should be remembering Lemmy the way he would want to be remembered, with a glass of Jack Daniels and a laugh with your buddies. Lemmy is a man who can be honored in ways as multifaceted as he was. Go and read a f*cking book and think of him or go out and pick up some sleazy broad at a bar - either way works. Your perception of Lemmy is highly a personal thing that you should never forget. We've all joked about it before, how if Lemmy is God then maybe we should start a church for him, I've been thinking, and though the man would probably hate it, I'm 60 VandalaMagazine.Com - February 2016


Irl kleRtilorir Leimmy Rilmisber sure that at least some folks are considering the temptation. There is something supremely sad about Motorhead, that it should end like this, with cancer. It's the sort of sadness that will crush your heart and force you to suffer in the sublime darkness that has washed over the world on this fateful day. And while, the story of super aggressive cancer is certainly believable I'm curious to see more details, what manner of creature could fell such a beast of a man? I saw Motorhead twice in Lemmy's time on earth and the first time was the coolest memory of my life. I stood side stage at Hel!fest in front of fifty thousand screaming fans. I was surrounded by some of the guys from Judas Priest, Billy Idol, and a handful of beautiful women. That is how I am going to remember Lemmy. I will never forget him peering out on the masses, so many that you couldn't even see the end of the horde and saying "There sure are a lot of you!" That's for damn sure Lemmy. That's for damn sure. In the end, I don't think we should really be that upset, after all, perhaps the mans most famous declaration was, "Baby, I don't want to live forever." And he didn't. Lemmy always made it clear that no matter what other people claimed about his immortality he was fine with death and didn't feel to concerned about when he would go. Was cancer the right way for Lemmy to die? Not really. It doesn't matter though - Lemmy viewed this whole thing as a joke and maybe we should too. And while he would often say "I remember a time before rock and roll" we now have to live in a time after Lemmy. The last great outlaw is gone, it's up to us to carry on his legacy.

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