Motorhead's Lemmy has been added to the lineup for 'Gutterdammerung' - a rock 'n' roll live movie concept tour.
The 69-year-old musician - whose band claim to be the loudest band in the world - will be playing a crazed general leading the Armour Cavalry in the ''silent'' movie/tour.
Announcing the news, Lemmy, real name Ian Fraser Kilmister, commented: ''If you don't like it...f**k off!''
Meanwhile, Tom Araya will be a mysterious messenger of darkness ''bringing the light'' by setting the silver screen on fire with a truly primal performance.
Gutterdammerung is the work of Belgian-Swedish visual artist Bjorn Tagemose who has worked with Vogue and Louis Vuitton in the past.
It's described as a part rock show part immersive cinema experience.
Following the tradition of classic movies of 1920's Hollywood, the film is mostly silent however, the main difference is instead of a single piano there will be a live rock band with special effects from the film exploding into the audience.
It's expected to hit the road in late 2015 or early 2016.
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