Motorhead are planning to start work on their 22nd studio album in January says frontman Lemmy Kilmister.
The band returned to live action earlier this year and have just completed their first ever cruise concert tour. They’ll be playing a select series of dates in the UK in November, too.
Speaking on the Full Metal Jackie radio show, Lemmy said: “We’ll probably go in in January to start. We never have anything ready – we go into the rehearsal studio about a month before and rehearse songs, then we go into the studio.”
“I write the words in the studio, mostly. We don’t have a plan. Motorhead never has a plan.”
Following a series of health concerns, Lemmy also confirmed that he was continuing to feel healthier: “I gave up smoking, more or less. I more or less gave up drinking, or I switched to vodka instead of Jack Daniel’s.”
Motorhead will play the following dates in the UK in November:
Nov 04th: Manchester Apollo
Nov 06th: Birmingham NIA
Nov 08th: Wembley SSE Arena