Vince Neil Again Says the End of Motley Crue is
Motley Crue frontman Vince
Neil has never shied away from discussing the future of
the hard rock veterans. In early 2012 Neil told a number of sources
that he believed the Crue's days were coming to an end.
However, a recent interview with the Calgary Herald
has seen Neil once again talking of the band's final days, possibly
as early as 2015 after the release of the movie version of The
Dirt, a final album and a final world tour.
"Yeah, that's what it's looking like, yeah. The movie will
come out, we'll have an album to come out with the movie, and then
do another world tour and then probably just call it quits. And
just kind of move on."
"Of course I'll miss playing with Motley, but I'm not gonna
just stop being a rock 'n' roll guy. This is what I do and I love
being onstage. I tried to stop - a long time ago I took a year off
and it drove me crazy. I really missed being onstage and stuff like
that, so I'll definitely continue on."
"But who knows? Who knows, the future is - five, six, seven,
ten years later - who knows what's going to happen? In my mind it's
never say never, so we'll just see what happens."