THE world's leading tribute to Lemmy and co will be visiting Club Rock, in Carlisle, later this month.

Motörheadache - the ultimate tribute to Motörhead - visit the city venue for the first time on Saturday 28 to play for promoters Target Rock, who have said that they are the one of the most requested tributes they have ever had.

Having previously toured the UK extensively, playing more than 700 venues as well as gigs in Germany, Holland and Belgium, Motörheadache are a highly-regarded and experienced outfit in their own right.

The main body of their set-list comprises a large number of songs from Motörhead’s "Fast Eddie Clarke era", regarded by many fans as the classic era, from 1975 to 1982.

Songs include Ace of Spades, Bomber, Overkill, Iron Fist, The Hammer, The Chase is Better Than the Catch, and, of course, the bombastic Motörhead - the last of Lemmy’s songs for Hawkwind and the one that gave his new band its name.

Motörheadache also features a range of other material written by the band, from Brian Robertson’s short stint in 1983, to the re-launch in 1984 of Motörhead as a four-piece with Wurzel and Phil Campbell on guitars and finally, the longstanding Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee era from 1995 to 2015.

Songs from this period include Killed by Death, In the Name of Tragedy, Sacrifice, Death or Glory and Burner.

Motörheadache also performs Thunder and Lightning from Motörhead’s last studio outing, and Bad Magic – a song that Lemmy and Motörhead never got the chance to play live in the UK with the cancellation of their 2016 UK tour.

The show at Club Rock on Saturday 28 starts at 7.30pm, and tickets are available from the venue, Carlisle Old Town Hall, and via www.skiddle.com