Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars Says He Won’t Live Longer Than Eight Years

During a recent Rolling Stone interview, Mick Mars, the guitarist of Mötley Crüe, confirmed that he is presently seeking a record label to release his debut solo album titled Another Side Of Mars.

The album is anticipated to have a more aggressive and darker sound compared to the music of Mötley Crüe. Mars has also disclosed some of the song titles that will be included in the album, such as “Broken On The Inside,” “Alone,” “Lonely In Your Grave,” “Loyal To The Lie,” “Decay,” “Fear,” “Memories,” and “Erased.”

Mars has stated that he currently has no intentions of embarking on a tour in order to promote his upcoming album.

“I’m done touring,” he said. “If somebody really, really wants a one-off, or a couple of nights, I would probably do it. But all that travel stuff and planes … I’m way over it.”

He also revealed that he has sold his share of the publishing rights for the CRÜE catalog. “The deal was just finalized,” Mars said. “Now I can relax and don’t have to worry about anything, since, like I said, I’m probably just going to live another seven or eight years.”

When asked how he can be sure that he won’t survive beyond the age of 80, 71-year-old guitarist responded: “I’m old enough, man. I’m not going to live to be 85 or 90, I just have a feeling. I don’t want to, either. My brain doesn’t want this ugly-ass body that’s all f**ked up to keep going. I wish I could just take the information out of my brain, put it on a chip and into somebody else, or a robot. There’s still a lot of stuff going on up there.”

Mötley Crüe is in the midst of a crisis due to a lawsuit filed by their guitarist Mick Mars.

Mars claimed that he was the only member of the quartet to play all 36 shows on the 2022 stadium tour and alleged that Nikki SixxVince Neil, and Tommy Lee had been absent from their instruments and mics during some of the performances.

Mick also asserted that his portion of the earnings were reduced from 25% to a mere 5% following his declaration to cease touring.

The lawsuit states that the group’s lawyers made him feel as if he should be content with this small proportion, as they believed they had no need to offer him anything.

Moreover, a complete band meeting was held where they chose to exclude Mick from the band without any consent. Mick also asserted that Nikki Sixx‘s segments were all pre-recorded, and he did not “play a single note on bass” throughout the tour, as mentioned by the guitarist.