Motorhead are moving into the technology market by launching their own range of rock 'n' roll headphones.
Lemmy and his bandmates have designed a collection of nine products, dubbed Motorheadphones, and they will be releasing them in the autumn.
A statement from the band reads, "No weak-kneed, lily-livered, tin-pot and skinny sounding little pieces of garbage, no, that ain't Motorhead's style. These are headphones designed to deliver everything louder than everything else but with the sort of range, clarity and true rock reproduction you'd expect from a band of road warriors who have been at the top of the tree year after year."
"Because, like us, these don't f**k around... remember, if it's too loud, you're too old."
The prices range from $49 to $165 and the headphones will be available in Europe from the end of September.
The rockers recently launched their own brand of lager, which is sold in Sweden.