Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars might finally release his long-awaited solo album late this year. The tentative timeline was revealed by the guitarist’s collaborator Paul Taylor.
Taylor said the following about the record on the “Sonic Dorms” podcast:
“That one, I wrote most of the record with Mick and Jacob Bunton, who sang with [former GUNS N’ ROSES drummer] Steve Adler. Me and Jacob have written a lot of stuff for TV together. I’m really excited to have that come out, and that, I think, is gonna be towards the end of the year.”
“Mick is so awesome, and just the endless cool things he comes up with and the palette of sounds. There’s days I just go, ‘Is that guitar? Is that you doing all that?’ [It’s been] really fun. I’m very excited about that.”
Taylor also added:
“Mick doesn’t really want me to say too much about it. But he said it’s okay just to say it’s a heavy record — it’s definitely heavy — and it very versatile. I feel really lucky that I got to sit and work with him and turn these things into songs. I think it’s gonna blow some people away. It’s really cool.”