Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister was and will be one of the most iconic frontmen in rock and roll. And while he might not be with us any more, his legacy lives on through his image and his music. And now there’s been another manifestation of him via a billboard that popped up in St. Louis.
The Riverfront Times reports that the billboard, south of the city’s Hill neighborhood on Southwest Avenue, had read “After you die, you will meet God.” However, perhaps inspired by the film Airheads, was altered to read “After you die, you will meet Lemmy,” with a picture of the frontman. It’s the best defacing of a religious billboard since “God Listens to Slayer” a few years back.