Mötley Crüe’s legendary guitarist Mick Mars will release a new album next summer. The singer of the project Jacob Bunton revealed in an interview with AL.COM.
“The past several months we wrote and recorded a record, and Michael Wagener produced it,” Bunton said. “He worked with Motley Crue on their very first record, Too Fast for Love, when they did it themselves. … When they got the record deal with Elektra, Roy Thomas Baker ended up going back and remixing it. But on all of their self-released copies, it’s Michael.”
“We’ve been recording it in Nashville and we’re almost done. The power goes out it’s so loud,” he explained. “It’s louder than anything you’ve ever heard in your life. Louder than a jet engine – I’m not exaggerating. He runs through so many cabinets and heads and everything, it’s insane, but his tone is just the most incredible thing you’ve heard.”
Previously, the singer had worked writing lyrics with Quiet Riot and he also was the singer for Ex-Guns N’ Roses Steven Adler project. Although John Corabi spent some time working with Mars, all lead vocals on the album will be Bunton’s.
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