Multiple sources are reporting that Lemmy Kilmister, the lead singer and founder of rock band Motorhead, has passed away at the age of 70.
No news regarding the cause of death is available as of yet, but Kilmister has reportedly suffered from a series of health issues over the years, including hematoma and being fitted with an implantable defibrillator due to an irregular heartbeat.
Motorhead has been associated with WWE over the past number of years, as the band is responsible for two different entrance themes for Triple H, as well as the entrance theme for the Evolution faction.
Corey Graves acknowledged Kilmister's passing on the WWE Network's Raw Pre-Show.
UPDATE: Motorhead have officially confirmed Kilmister's passing, releasing the following statement on their official Facebook page: