I haven’t been keeping track. Are Mötley Crüe working on new music? Boy, I sure hope not. That last album was so bad, deaf people hated it.
Because they didn’t like the shitty vibrations the album created. See?
Vince Neil has spoken with the Atlantic City Weekly for some reason, and he discussed the “ups and downs” the band’s had over the course of their 75-year career.
And yes, I am fully aware they haven’t been together 75 years, you no-sense-of-humor-having zitfuck.
“This is a brotherhood,” Neil says. “You have your ups and downs. But we always make it through. We love making music with each other. It’s pretty simple.
“Anybody who has been in a band for a while can relate to what I’m talking about,” King Vince says. “We’ve had our share of rough patches. I was out of the band for a few years and so was Tommy [Lee], but we all know that this band works best when it’s the four of us together. We were younger when we went through some things and I think it helps that we’re all older and wiser.”
He added: “You look at the drugs and the drinking and it’s amazing that we’re all still here. We survived some dark days. We could have died many times from many different things. We made it through it and now we’re in control and we’re not going to stop living. None of us have that death wish. I think we’re a little smarter at this age.”
Says the man who has driven drunk more times than I’ve driven sober. That, to me, screams death wish.
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