The lead guitarist of Motörhead from 1984 to 2015 before the band has been disbanded after the sad death of Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, has been interviewed by ‘Classic Rock Magazine’ this week and talked about many things from his solo band and what would Lenny do during the self-quarantine.

As you may already follow Phil, after they’ve decided to disband the Motörhead after the pass of Lemmy, he continued his career with his own band named ‘Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons.’ The band has released their latest album named ‘We Are Bastards’ last month and it got great reviews from the industry.

In his latest interview, Phil Campbell stated that he feels like he’s over the moon and the reviews are far beyond all his expectations. While he says he wants people to forget all disasters in 2020 with this album, he also shared that Lemmy would have wanted to make a world tour during the pandemic.

Classic Rock Magazine asked:

“What would Lemmy have made of the pandemic?”

Phil Campbell responded:

“I don’t think he would have wanted to tour. He might have just said fuck it, gone out and played. But when he saw people dropping, I think he’d have realized the danger.

He was quite lazy as well. Lem liked to just stay home when he could. Go to the Rainbow [bar in LA, his regular haunt] and that’d be it. That’d be his day.”

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