Motorhead's Lemmy: 'Please Don't Vote for Mitt Romney'

Motorhead's Kilmister Talks New HeadCat Album, Beatles Influence

While Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has earned the support of hard-rock icons such as Meat Loaf and Ted Nugent, there's one metal hero he hasn't convinced.

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"Please, please don't vote for Mitt Romney. F*** him," Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister told Rolling Stone. "Repeal abortion law is the first thing he'll do. F***ing monster."

Instead, Kilmister, a British citizen, colorfully praised Barack Obama's presidency.

"I mean, the poor f***er's only just gotten rid of all that George Bush shit that he left, or is trying to. And he's being stonewalled by the f***ing Congress all the time," he told the magazine. "I don't know how he's gotten anything done. They should be glad."

With the election season coming to a close, Motörhead has its own plans: a European tour through December and then recording sessions in January and February.

"Physically, I'll go as long as I can," the 66-year-old rocker said of the band's tireless touring. "I ain't gonna give it up… It's more likely I would end up playing with the Head Cat because that's a bit more relaxed. Motörhead music takes a lot out of you."