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Last updated on April 26, 2015 at 3:47 AM ET

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Lemmy's Health Issues: São Paulo Concert Canceled

Motörhead was forced to cancel its performance at the Monsters Of Rock festival at Arena Anhembi, São Paulo, Brazil yesterday because Lemmy was suffering from gastric distress and dehydration.
Lemmy is undergoing tests at a local hospital and is unable to perform this weekend. British NWOBHM legends Judas Priest, who were scheduled to play right after Motörhead, added 30 more minutes to their set as a result of Motörhead's cancelation.

Check out one of Lemmy Kilmister's rare 2015 live appearances performing Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock" with Foo Fighters, Zakk Wylde and Slash at The Forum in Los Angeles on January 10, 2015.

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From First To Last Posts Entire New Album

From First To Last - showcasing Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo as vocalist - is streaming the band's entire new album "Dead Trees" including the three bonus tracks. "Dead Trees" will be released on April 28th via Sumerian Records.

Check out now the entire new album stream below.

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Just For Fun

Viral Fun: "10 Ways to Headbang for Beginners"

You may know already Jared Dines (vocalist of Dissimulator) from his viral parody videos "Things beginner guitarists say" and "10 ways to hold a guitar (for advanced)". Check out now "10 Ways to Headbang for Beginners" below.

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Make Them Suffer Premieres New Music Video

Australian metal act Make Them Suffer premieres a new music video for the track "Blood Moon" taken from the upcoming new album "Old Souls" which is set to drop on June 2nd 2015.

Check out now the brand new song and music video below.

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