Merchandise for Metal-Kids
Exactly 40 years the guys from Motörhead rocked the stages of this world. Since their foundation in 1975, a total of 22 official albums have been released. The albums Bomber, Overkill and Ace of Spades are absolute classics and have influenced many other musicians then as now. With the death of the legendary frontman "Lemmy" Kilmister in 2015, one of the greats of heavy metal left the stage forever. Lemmy really gave his all until the end. Rumour has it that he got his nickname because he borrowed a five dollar bill for his slot machines quite often - "Lemme a fiver" ('Can you lend me a five?') became Lemmy. After his death on December 28, 2015, the remaining band members Phil Cambell and Mikkey Dee declared in an interview that the band would not exist without Lemmy "lemmykilmister".
Motörhead Shirts with many famous motives & slogans
The absolute classic among the Motörhead merchandise shirts is certainly the famous "England" motif with the band mascot "Snaggletooth". But also the Motörhead logo and also the slogan "Everything louder than everything else" (derived from the live double album "Everything louder than everyone else") are very popular as shirt motives. In 2020 we celebrate 40 years of "Ace of Spades". Because on November the 8th 1980 the album with the same-named and probably one of the most played Motörhead song ever was released. Suitably to the album we have for small Motörhead fans the great "Red Banner" motive on many different textiles.
Gift ideas for small and big Motörhead fans
If you are looking for a really successful gift for small and big Motörhead fans, you will certainly find it here. Whether for babies or older kids, we have four great Motörhead motifs for you in our shop. If you don't always want to buy only black, we recommend the Motörhead logo, which we also offer on white, pink and light blue shirts. Also the girls don't miss out here, because all motives are available on our extra waisted girls shirt.
We have the perfect Motörhead fan outfit for cool kids from newborn to 14 years.