This is not cool.
Motörhead have been forced to cancel some gigs.
Why? Frontman Lemmy Kilmister has suffered a haematoma.
The band canceled this past Saturday’s appearance in Austria at the See-Rock festival and their June 25 show in Milan, Italy.
Where the haematoma occurred, it is not clear.
A “haematoma” is a localized collection of blood outside the blood vessels, usually in liquid form within the tissue, according to Wikipedia.
The news follows a recent revelation from Kilmister, that he’s got heart issues.
U.K.’s Classic Rock magazine reports Kilmister recently underwent an operation to have a device inserted into his chest, to help his heart beat normally.
The surgery followed what Lemmy described as “heart problems.”
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