In 1991, Motörhead, the legendary British heavy metal band led by Lemmy Kilmister, toured the US. At that point in their career, they had been active for a decade and a half and had no signs of slowing up. They released their ninth album 1916 the same year, their first with the new label WGT. The record went to #24 in the UK and was praised by critics and fans alike. For the US tour, the band spent over a month playing from coast to coast before ending up in Canada. This original Motörhead shirt, with a nice heavy fade and pinholes around the collar, is from the band's 1991 US tour in support of 1916.