Ousted MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist Mick Mars is not showing any mercy towards his ex-bandmates, who he insists “ripped him off” of his fully owed profits from The Stadium Tour. The biggest scandal that has broken out from all of the chaos, besides the ‘backing tracks’ controversy, stems from “witness testimony” filed reportedly within the lawsuit itself, from the Crue’s ex-limo driver Al Bowman, who claims Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, and Tommy Lee are all members of a blood-thirsty, virgin-raping Satanic cult.
Mars has a bone to pick with the “three knuckleheads” he carried in the studio and on the stage for 41 years, according to an industry source who says that this lawsuit is unlike anything we have seen in Heavy Metal history.
“Mick has never been so pissed off before. He will not dare speak to any of his ex-band mates and has given all of us around him strict orders not to accept their phone calls or email messages, no matter what they say or do. Mick is beyond done with the disrespect, to him and the fans of the band!”
Believe it or not, one of the songs said to have made the final cut to be featured on Mars’ debut solo album The Other Side of Mars is titled “Killing breed”, and the 72-year-old scorned shredder carried so much anger around he specifically wrote the song about “assholes in this life” who are trying to ruin his legacy.
“This is a song I wrote called ‘Killing Breed,’” he told Rolling Stone. “It’s about narcissists that keep you pinned down and make you feel crazy.”
Though he didn’t specifically cite Mötley Crüe as the inspiration behind the song, the outlet actually admitted Mars tried his best to mask a “sly smile” while the reporter began to ask about the song’s origin.
Mick Mars Is MÖTLEY CRÜE, Nobody Else: “My ideas, my money that I had from a backer to start this band. It wouldn’t have gone anywhere!”
Pictured: The Crue with Al Bowman