Listen To Your Music Hard and Fast And With Motörheadphones


If you thought the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was full of nothing but a bunch of nerdy computer whiz kids looking for the next big thing in gadgets, think again. This year is sure to be a rock star shred fest with the likes of Lemmy Kilmister of the band Mot rhead in the house.

That’s right, the longest lasting hard rock (or speed metal, depending on your interpretation) band has launched a line of headphones and the group’s notoriously wasted leader will host a press conference at CES to announce the products’ U.S. release.

Mot rheadphones are a new line of headphones with the hard rocker in mind. Each of the three models is emblazoned with Mot rhead’s signature logo. All three feature a 3.5 mm mini jack so you can listen to your heaviest tunes on your iPad.

Just a note of warning, when you visit the links below to the products’ web pages, you may see a couple of cuss words here and there. But, if you are interested at all in headphones from Mot rhead, you can probably handle an F-bomb or two.


The Bomber, the lightest model of over-the-ear Mot rheadphones, was designed for fans of heavy bass and full drums. The 30mm internal speaker can handle six times the amount of power of standard headphones. It comes with a sturdy 1.1m woven cable that includes a smart phone ready controller that is similar to the iPhone headphones. Users can control volume, play, pause, fast-forward, rewind, and phone call controls. The Bomber costs $99.99 and is available for purchase from the company’s website.

Iron Fist

The Iron Fist is the middle-grade model of over-the-ear headphones for music fans who want to pack a punch but still want the convenience of lightweight listening. The 40mm high-quality specially made speakers boost the bass without losing mid-range and high frequencies. The Iron Fist comes with a 1m cable for on the go, plus a 2.5m cable for listening at home. It also includes the 3.5mm mini jack for plugging into your iPad, or the traditional 1/4-inch adaptor for home stereo listening. The Iron Fist runs $119 and is available today from the company’s website.


The daddy of the Mot rheadphone line of headphones is the Mot rizer. This bad boy packs the loudest and fullest punch of all. The heavy-duty over-the-ear headphones offer warm bass, bombastic drums and clear mid-range, as well as distinct high-end. The 40mm neodymium high-powered internal speaker lets you listen to music the way professionals do in the studio. These headphones were designed with the deejay in mind. The ear cups turn upward for single side listening. The Mot rizer comes with a heavy-duty detachable 1m cable with audio controls, plus a 2.5m cable for home stereo listening. The Mot rizer costs $129 and can be purchased from the company’s website today.

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