Hear Live and Studio Versions of Motley Crue’s New Song ‘All Bad Things Must End’
Motley Crue's 'Final Tour' is under way, and the band recently rocked Milwaukee's annual Summerfest at the Marcus Amphitheatre. While video was scarce of the new song 'All Bad Things Must End' from the concert opener in Grand Rapids, fan-shot footage of the song from the Milwaukee July 4 show has found its way online (watch above). In addition, the band has revealed a good portion of the studio track in the tour promo video below.
The driving track fits well within the Motley Crue canon of hits the band has been performing on this trek, sandwiched in between the early Crue favorite 'Too Fast for Love' and the group's Brownsville Station cover of 'Smokin' in the Boys Room.' In the video seen above, the track opens with wicked and somewhat bluesy bass and guitar lines delivered by Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars. Toward the end, Mars also gets the pleasure of closing the song live with a nasty guitar solo showing off his nimble fretwork.
As singer Vince Neil states in introducing the track, the band has not released the song to radio as they want fans coming to the shows to get the first taste before releasing it to a wider audience. Motley Crue will continue to travel through the U.S., with the legendary Alice Cooper opening shows. To see their current itinerary, click here.
Hear the Studio Version of Motley Crue's 'All Bad Things Must End' in This Promo Video
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