Lemmy predicts tour death

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Lemmy predicts tour death

Motorhead's Lemmy thinks he will die on the road.

The 69-year-old rocker has suffered with his health for some time and has been told to cut back on drinking alcohol and smoking, but he thinks he is most likely to expire on his tour bus, because that is where he feels "most at home".

He said: "I've had some health scares, I've had to really cut back on smoking and drinking and whatever. But it is what it is. I've had a good life, a good run. I do what I do still. I'm sure I'll done on the road, one way or another."

But the 'Ace Of Spades' hitmaker isn't afraid of death.

Asked if it scares him, he said: "No."

And while he has his own house in Los Angeles, Lemmy doesn't know where is home is, because he spends more time on Motorhead's tour bus with his band mates - guitarist Phil 'Wizzo' Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee - than he does at his apartment.

He told Kerrang! Magazine: "I live on the bus. That's the story innit - home is where you leave your s**t. The place I feel most at home is with the boys in the band on the road. I don't even know where I live anymore. I have an apartment in LA, but not ever sure where home is, really. I haven't done for years."