Motörhead’s “Dog-Face Boy” in Disney’s ‘Bolt’

Hard rockers Motörhead and kid friendly Walt Disney may not seem like the perfect match, but that didn’t stop the band’s “Dog-Face Boy” from popping up in the upcoming new Disney film “Bolt.”

“Bolt” hits theaters on November 21st, and features the voice talents of John Travolta and Miley Cyrus. Motörhead’s song “Dog-Face Boy” (from the band’s ‘Sacrifice’ album) is featured in a mailroom scene where a young worker is listening to it on his headphones and inadvertently wraps Bolt up in a box that gets shipped off to New York City.

“Bolt” isn’t the first time Motörhead have popped up in an animated setting. The band’s song was used in the SpongeBob SquarePants movie, and shows Motörhead fans are of all ages everywhere. 

In a press release, Motörhead’s band’s indestructible and renowned leader Lemmy stated: “It’s never too early to get the kids started on our music!”

2008 has been a huge year for this Grammy Award winning band. Motörhead’s new album had a Billboard Top 100 debut, and fans have enjoyed two back-to-back, high profile U.S. tours.

The band is scheduled to return to the U.S. in January, 2009, and is still on the road in Europe where they have sold out venues throughout the continent.

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