Earlier this week we talked a little about the Lemmy statue at Hellfest. The statue was created by French sculptor Caroline Brisset and contains some of Lemmy's ashes. The statue was officially unveiled earlier this week with survivng Motörhead members Mikkey Dee and Phil Campbell in attendance, and the band's YouTube channel has also posted a timelapse of its creation.
"It was magic, thank you Hellfest for making this happen, me and Phil are very proud, and proudest of all is of course Lemmy!" said Dee. "Now he is part of a great festival forever, and hopefully there will be many more to come all over the world so as Lemmy and Motörhead can remain a part of the rock 'n' roll world which he lived in his whole life."
"Today was such a pleasure," added Campbell. "It was great fun playing with my friends in the Scorpions, obviously great seeing Mikkey again, great seeing how amazing the sculpture was and really putting Lem's ashes at Hellfest."