Music stars and celebrities have paid tribute to Motorhead frontman Lemmy, who has died at the age of 70.
He recorded 22 albums and formed Motorhead in 1975, such as the classic Ace of Spades.
The group said on its Facebook page: “Our mighty, noble buddy Lemmy has passed away after a brief conflict having an exceptionally aggressive cancer.”
The group added: “We cannot begin expressing our shock and despair, there are not words.” “He’d need exactly that.”
Lemmy, who was the only constant member of Motorhead, have been diagnosed with cancer on Saturday – two days after his 70th birthday.