Loud As Hell Fest Announce Line Up w/ Protest The Hero, Titans Eve, Ninjaspy, All Else Fails, Death


   Loud as Hell Festival roars into year three in Drumheller, Alberta and finally has unleashed the 2014 Lineup. Four days of Canadian metal in the heart of the Badlands will see over 30 bands perform, freak shows, camping, guitar and drum clinics.

Running August 29 – Sept 1st this year, it’s a long Labour Day weekend for metal fans you won’t want to miss. Bands range from Canadian award winners for 2014 Metal/Hard Rock Album of the year Protest The Hero, Ninjaspy, All Else Fails, Titans Eve, Death Toll Rising and way too many to list….. It’s what Loud As Hell call LOADED! Saturday night features a Metallica Tribute for 30 years of Ride the Lightning and their Hangover Monday will feature the old school legends The Dayglo Abortions.

For presale tickets and for show information, please visit  http://www.loudashell.com or check them out on facebook http://www.facebook.com/LoudAsHellFestival

Event Link – https://www.facebook.com/events/1524648961092691/

About: We Party Productions, CCE Productions and Jurassic Ink are proud to bring you Loud as Hell for 2014. The Loud as Hell Festival in Drumheller, AB is expecting to hit capacity with 32 bands over the September Labour Day Long weekend.

There wouldn’t be any place else you’d want to be than head banging to some of the best metal bands around. After hosting Kill Devil Hill in year one, and 3 Inches of Blood last year, Loud As Hell Festival can’t wait for this year’s line up as it’s going to be louder and heavier!

4 days of nonstop metal, camping, freaks, mini donuts, dinosaurs and hoodoo’s…. You best be booking it off now!

August 29, 30, 31 and Sept 1st.

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MOTÖRHEAD: European Tour Postponed Due To LEMMY’s Health

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MOTÖRHEAD mainman Lemmy Kilmister has released the following statement:

“I have to sadly let you know that MOTÖRHEAD has had to postpone the forthcoming European tour until early next year, 2014.

“We have made the decision because I am not quite ready to hit the road yet, and am working my way back to full fitness and rude health. Don’t worry — I’m not about to start promoting veganism and alcohol-free beverages, but it is fair to say that I personally have been reconfiguring areas of my life to make sure I can come back fitter and stronger than ever.

“It disappointed me tremendously to have to say I wasn’t quite ready to hit the road yet, but not nearly as much as it would’ve disappointed me to go out, play some average shows and watch my health give way long before the tour was over! When people come to see a MOTÖRHEAD tour, they expect a MOTÖRHEAD show, and that is exactly what you will get as soon as I am fit and ready to rumble.

“Your patience and understanding is appreciated…and know that I’m getting stronger and stronger every day, so watch out next spring Europe and we will see you then.

“Thank you all.”

Lemmy recently spoke to U.K.’s Classic Rock magazine about his health issues that have caused the band to cancel a number of European festival appearances this past summer — including shows in France, Germany and Russia. The dates were called off when doctors discovered an unspecified haematoma, a pool of leaked blood gathered in Lemmy‘s muscles. The legendary rocker is also suffering from Type 2 diabetes, diagnosed more than a decade ago, and has had a defibrillator fitted earlier this year to iron out the uneven bumps in his heart.

“I don’t mind you asking about my health,” Lemmy told the magazine. “I’ve been poorly. There’s no point lying about it or trying to deny it. I’ve never done that. It’s all part of life’s rich tapestry, isn’t it? I understand you’ve got to ask. And I’m feeling better.”

According to Lemmy, people are telling him to slow down — that living life at breakneck speed is beginning to take its toll.

“It was the same when people were telling me to stop smoking,” Lemmy said. “‘You’ve got to stop smoking, Lem,’ they kept saying.” “Fuck you. I don’t like people telling me what to do, even if they might be right.”

Lemmy did, however, stop smoking cigarettes a year ago. “I was having breakfast one morning, coughing and hacking my way through a cigarette and I stopped and thought: ‘What am I doing here?'” he explained.

Although it’s been reported that Lemmy used to drink a bottle of Jack Daniel’s a day, he claims that those days are behind him.

“I stopped drinking Jack Daniel’s and Coke because the sugar in the Coke wasn’t good for my diabetes,” he said. “I don’t drink much [anymore].”

Lemmy takes two pills every day for his diabetes, which has affected the circulation in his legs. As a result, his legs stiffen and ache if he walks too far and his back hurts if he stands for too long. “But I can still stand at that mic every night and play my songs,” he said. “I wouldn’t know about the defibrillator if it wasn’t for that fucking lump in my chest,” he said. “I’m getting better. By the time this article is out, and the tour comes around, I’ll be all right. I’ll be ready.”

When told that some people have suggested that MOTÖRHEAD‘s upcoming album, “Aftershock”, might be the band’s last, Lemmy replied: “Really? Who said that? I’ve never said that. Phil [CampbellMOTÖRHEAD guitarist] has never said it. Mikkey [DeeMOTÖRHEAD drummer] has never said it. We plan to go on. Maybe, if we can’t tour any more, we’ll just make albums. We’ll be like THE BEATLES after 1966.”

Lemmy, who turns 68 years old in December, told Classic Rock he didn’t expect to still be here at 30,

“I don’t do regrets,” he said. “Regrets are pointless. It’s too late for regrets. You’ve already
done it, haven’t you? You’ve lived your life. No point wishing you could change it.

“There are a couple of things I might have done differently, but nothing major; nothing that would have made that much of a difference.

“I’m pretty happy with the way things have turned out. I like to think I’ve brought a lot
of joy to a lor of people all over the world. I’m true to myself and I’m straight with people.”

Asked if his illness this year has made him more aware of his own mortality, Lemmy said: “Death is an inevitability, isn’t it? You become more aware of that when you get to my age. I don’t worry about it. I’m ready for it. When I go, I want to go doing what I do best. If I died tomorrow, I couldn’t complain. It’s been good.”