Rock legends Motörhead have today been confirmed for this year’s Glastonbury festival.
The announcement comes a year after metal band Metallica headlined the Worthy Farm festival, causing controversy amongst some of the Glastonbury-going public.
Motörhead frontman Lemmy said succinctly of the news: “See you soon, Glastonbury.”
Foo Fighters have already been confirmed as one of this year’s headline acts. The festival takes place between the 24th-28th July at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
Motörhead have recently released their Stage Fright live DVD and are currently working on their 22nd studio album.