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Posted on Mar 07, 2014 11:57 am
Following bassist Nikki Sixx's firm stance about Motley Crue not releasing their previously announced final studio record, guitarist Mick Mars gave a bit more of an approachable statement, noting that the new album is not an impossible scenario.
"I don't know. I would say it's not impossible but the possibility is pretty remote. That's the best I can do with it," Mick told VH1 Radio Network.
Asked about what would happen if the band were to break their "cessation of touring" agreement, Mars explained (via Blabbermouth), "Definitely some big time lawsuits and suing and litigations and all sorts of stuff would be going on, but it won't happen with me, because I'm done."
Last month, Sixx stated that full-length albums tend to "fall to deaf ears" these days, also blaming radio stations for the group's decision. "We've written some songs," he told Classic Rock. "But this is difficult to say and probably harder to hear: when you spend nine months working on an album, all the work that goes into it and recording it, mixing it, mastering it, then you release it and it falls on deaf ears."
Motley Crue are set to hit the road one last time together starting this summer. Check out detailed tour info and ticket prices here.