The announcement was made on Facebook, and passed along by the official Motorhead Facebook group page.More news: Nissan's latest technology allows cars to respond to drivers' brainwaves
"Fast Eddie. keep roaring, rocking' and rollin' up there as goddamit man, your Motorfamily would expect nothing less!"
Eddie, born in Twickenham, London, in October 1950, was also known for his work with Fastway.
Having started off in a blues band, Clarke later returned to blues music and released what would be his final album, Make My Day, Back to Blues in 2014.
Fast Eddie joined Motorhead in 1976 and played on the band's self-titled debut album, Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades and Iron Fist.More news: Mike Tyson Announces Plans to Open Cannabis Resort in California Desert
FANS of Motorhead have been left shocked by the death of "Fast" Eddie Clarke.
"Oh my f--ing God, this is awful news, the last of the three amigos", wrote Dee.
Clarke, along with Kilmister and drummer Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor, was in the lineup for the band's first five studio albums. Me and Eddie always his it off great. Taylor died in November 2015 while Kilminster died the following month.
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Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.
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