Most 65-year-olds settle for counting the days until they can trade in their years of hard work for a gold watch and a quiet place to while away their autumn years. Not Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister, who shows no signs of slowing down. While some critics point out that the heavy-metal band essentially carved out its own niche in the ’70s and has done little else to revolutionize or energize the genre since, it’s hard to argue with 1980’s Ace Of Spades or its title track. It’s a staple in every self-respecting metalhead’s collection, one perfectly suited for midnight drives and anything else that demands you feel like a badass. The band’s current tour will likely get a boost in attendance thanks to the new documentary Lemmy, which proves that Kilmister is just as awesome offstage as he is onstage.