Motley Crue will never release a full-length album again, according to singer Vince Neil.
He says they may continue to release singles or EPs as with their single "Sex" in 2012, but 2008 album "Saints Of Los Angeles" will probably be their last full-length release.
"[There will be] no new album. What I'm hearing is that maybe two, three or four more songs might come out, to go with that song we released last year," he told Music News Nashville. "It will be something like an EP, not an album. Our schedule seems to have a lot of touring. If something did come out in the form of an EP, it would probably be in the beginning of 2014."
Neil adds that it's not because they're finding new songs hard to write. "If it gets hard it gets shuffled away and something else comes up, or it becomes something you can go back to and use other parts to make it work better. Most of the hit songs have been easy to write, though."
During the same interview, Neil talked about how he loves getting the opportunity to play guitar on stage.
"I wouldn't call myself a guitar player, but it's fun to do," he said. "I love it when I have a chance to play a song live and also play guitar on the song. It's something different, and it's a different look for fans watching the show."
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