Tommy Lee doesn’t know if Mötley Crüe will release a new full album or not

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has cast doubt on the possibility of a new full-length album from the iconic rock band in the near future. During a recent interview with Australia’s Today show, Lee discussed the band’s approach to releasing music following their latest single, Dogs Of War.

When asked about the prospect of a new album following the release of Dogs Of War, Lee responded candidly: “I do not know if [un album complet] is planned for the near future”. He insisted that the band currently prefers to record and release music that reflects their current creative impulses. Lee highlighted the pleasure the band takes in capturing the essence of its current musical direction, suggesting that this approach serves as a snapshot of its artistic evolution.

Echoing Lee’s sentiments, Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil expressed skepticism about the likelihood of a new album from the group. On Loudwire Nights, Neil expressed a similar sentiment, saying: “I don’t think you’ll ever see a full album.” He focused on the changing landscape of music consumption, noting the shift away from traditional album formats in favor of the release of individual songs facilitated by streaming platforms.

Interview with Tommy Lee on the Australian Today show:



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