Dear language-using public:
Using the German umlaut in place of an English vowel may look cool and edgy, but it changes the way the word is pronounced.
The umlaut letters Ä, Ö, and Ü change the sound of the respective vowel from a back to a front vowel. (To a German speaker, the first part of Motörhead would be pronounced like the French word for motor, moteur.)
Just a quick reminder to let you know that you’re actually making German speakers try and pronounce your word constructs in their heads when you indiscriminately use the Heavy Metal umlaut. Think of the German speakers, please.