Motorhead's Phil Campbell Hospitalized, Tonight's Denmark Concert Canceled

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Phil Campbell of Motorhead performs at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 26, 2015 in Glastonbury, England.

Let’s take a moment to send some positive vibes in Motorhead’s direction. The long-running hard rock band was forced to cancel a pair of German concerts after guitarist Phil Campbell was hospitalized on Nov. 27.

Most recently, Motorhead axed tonight (Nov. 30)'s concert at  Aarhus, Denmark’s venue, AAC.  Previously, a Nov. 28 gig at Hamburg’s Sporthalle was canceled and rescheduled for Dec. 9 and a Nov. 27 Berlin show was scrapped, with no new date given. The band broke the bad news via the Facebook post:

With great regret, Motörhead have to cancel the sold out show in Berlin today, November 27th. Our brother, guitarist...

Posted by Official Motörhead on Friday, November 27, 2015

 

Motorhead plans to continue its tour tomorrow at Gothenburg, Sweden’s Scandinavium.

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The band is touring in support of its 2015 album Bad Magic. Earlier this month, Motorhead was forced to cancel a Paris concert on Nov. 15, two days after the attacks on the French capital. On Aug. 27 and Sept. 1, Motorhead cut sets short due to the health of frontman Lemmy Kilmister.


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