It is daytime in Los Angeles, California as Pep Bonet is setting up his camera for his third encounter with a legendary rock band continuing his ongoing project documenting the world of rock ‘n’ roll on the road. In the parking lot behind the concert venue a giant bus parks its wheels. On its steps walks down on of the most iconic heavy metal band ever: meet the British Motörhead with its members Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, and Mikkey Dee as they breathe the air of their new destination.
Now that the series of epic and adventurous concerts are coming to an end, sounds of rock ‘n’ roll scream loud and heavy in cities like Zurich, Madrid and Los Angeles. It is a memorable occasion as Pep joins the band for their last weeks on the grungy road.
Motörhead is among the cornerstones in the world of rock ‘n’ roll. Since the 80s they have released twenty studio albums, seven live recordings, five compilation albums and five EPs. They are a power trio with steady success since the early days with successful singles in UKs Top 40 chart. As of 2012, Motörhead has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.