Lemmy Kilmister Net Worth

Lemmy Kilmister Net Worth Revealed

Lemmy Kilmister was an influential English rock musician and one of the founding members of Motorhead. Considered to be one of the foremost heavy metal musicians ever, Kilmister sold over 50 million records worldwide with his albums having an influence and shaping many musicians’ careers – even after his own passing at 70 in 2015.

Legendary rock star was known for his excesses; he was an avid smoker and heavy drinker, collecting German war memorabilia as well as vintage cars.

At the time of his death, his estate was estimated to be worth north of $8 million; however, now it appears that it may be considerably less.

According to reports in The Mirror, Kilmister’s estate is estimated at being worth just $650,000 – far less than was anticipated when considering that he was an iconic musician who helped launch Motorhead into stardom.

Lemmy Kilmister was born in Burslem, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England on 24 December 1945 to mother and grandmother after his father passed away. Raised by his mother and grandmother after his father died, Lemmy later went on to become a professional drummer after graduating college and joining Rockin Vickers before later co-founding Motorhead alongside Eddie Clarke and Philthy Animal in 1975.

The group would go on to release several classic albums, such as Ace of Spades and Overkill, as well as many hit singles including No Voices in the Sky, Hellraiser, and Killed by Death. Their concerts would draw thousands of enthusiastic fans.

Kilmister was known for his music but also enjoyed drinking and smoking heavily – often up to 40 cigarettes daily and drinking anywhere from one bottle up to a gallon of Jack Daniel’s every week! In addition to this addictions, Kilmister also regularly engaged in speed and alcohol use – often drinking for decades straight! As well as his music career, Kilmister also indulged in extreme lifestyle practices that included speed drinking (he would frequently smoke up to 40 cigarettes daily and consume over one gallon of Jack Daniel’s weekly).

Kilmister was in a short relationship with Patricia Inder and together they had Paul Inder as their son. Later, his remains were cremated following his death in 2015.

Kilmister will leave his remaining estate to Paul Inder. Paul was an avid collector of vintage cars who kept several in his garage at the time of his passing away. Kilmister will long remain an icon in heavy metal history; his legacy will live on.

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