MOTÖRHEAD: 'The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World: The Authorized Graphic Novel' Due In September

MOTÖRHEAD: 'The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World: The Authorized Graphic Novel' Due In September

Simon & Schuster will release "Motörhead: The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World: The Authorized Graphic Novel", by David Calcano and Mark Irwin, in hardcover edition on September 7.

Dive into the world of MOTÖRHEAD's wild 40-year career with this officially authorized, fully illustrated graphic novel crafted by award-winning animation studio Fantoons.

Spanning 144 pages packed with stunning illustrations, "Motörhead: The Rise Of The Loudest Band In The World" tells the legendary story of MOTÖRHEAD's frontman Lemmy Kilmister and the band's meteoric rise to becoming one of the most influential rock bands of all time.

From Lemmy's early days working at a riding school in the English countryside to the recording of the band's iconic album and first major international success, "Ace Of Spades", this MOTÖRHEAD graphic novel chronicles the extraordinary story of the famous frontman's incredible journey as the leader of the "loudest band in the world."

With this essential piece of MOTÖRHEAD history and lore, fans will learn more about the band that heavily influenced well-known groups like METALLICA and FOO FIGHTERS, and discover the fascinating tale of the legend himself, Lemmy Kilmister.

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