360-video of former Motorhead singer Lemmy Kilmister released after his passing.

Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, frontman of the band Motorhead, passed away this last December at age 70. In remembrance of his music, the company VRLIVE that specializes in 360-degree video recording released interview footage of Lemmy in his later years on Playboy.com.

You can see the 360 Video with Lemmy in the studio here on the VRLive site.

The video includes music that Motorhead was currently working on and a brief interview about life and death. The interview captures Lemmy’s view on the topics and allows all viewers to take something away from his prior experiences.

Kilmister’s music had a strong influence on the formation of the heavy metal genre. He was born in in Staffordshire, England and founded Motörhead in 1975. His prior career included work as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix and a member of various rock groups. With about 50 years in the industry, rock legend Lemmy Kilmister will be missed by all.

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