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Lemmy Kilmister’s ashes have been scattered at a music festival in Germany eight years after his death.

The Motorhead frontman died aged 70 in December 2015 after battling health issues including prostate cancer and congestive heart failure and now he has been laid to rest at the Wacken Open Air Festival in northern Germany where the band played many times over the years – with organisers putting on a special ‘Lemmy Forever’ memorial in his honour.

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