RED SERPI mainman Fabian Vestod has put together a special project creating a new song, paying tribute to Lemmy Kilmister. Check out the video for ‘King Lemmy’ by WORSHIPPERS OF THE SEVEN:
“The day Lemmy passed away felt like drowning in a winter sea. He was one of those few boats out there still carrying noble values on board. What a great character and model to follow, one of the best incarnations of rock and roll rebels, surely our favorite one. I wanted to pay tribute to this legend asking for the help of a few friends who might have wanted to do the same. This is when the artist collective “The Worshippers Of The Seven” was created. I have to massively thank everyone who got involved in this project. Without the help of these folks achieving this goal wouldn’t have been possible. I also tried to organize a charity event in London, but unfortunately the main person I wanted to talk to about it didn’t reply to me, which is understandable considering the small fish I am. Nevertheless, we’re very happy to deliver the original song and video anyway. Looking back to the day Lemmy left this world, sadness and tears made our hearts heavy, but the joy he gave us with his music will live on forever Long live Motorhead! Long live Lemmy! Long live the King!
Much love and respect, Worshippers of the Seven.”
Worshippers of the Seven are: Mizuko: Video Art/ Red Serpi: Music and performance, music written by Red Serpi/ musicians: Fabian Vestod: vocals,guitars,drums; Big Elk: lead guitars; Pixo Antenna:bass; Bryan War: keyboards
Giovanni “meniak” Nebbia and Ithil World Studio,Imperia: sound engineer and recordings/ Russ Russell: mixing/ Worshippers of the Seven:production