Vince Neil Calls Mötley Crüe’s New Single “Dogs Of War” A ‘Classic Crue’

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Mötley Crüe just dropped a fresh tune called “Dogs Of War” along with a cool music video. In a recent chat with Metal Hammer, lead singer Vince Neil shared his excitement about the song, saying it’s like going back to their original vibe from their first album in 1981, “Too Fast For Love.” He thinks fans will love it, calling it a rock ‘n’ roll anthem for partying and letting loose, which is what MÖTLEY CRÜE is all about.

Talking about the song’s title, Neil explained that they see themselves as the “Dogs Of War,” always ready for battle in the music scene. The track also marks John 5’s debut as the band’s guitarist, stepping in for Mick Mars since 2022. Neil praised John’s skills, saying he’s made the band even better and can’t wait to hear his ideas in future music.

Neil hinted at upcoming projects, including a three-track EP dropping later this year. Although a full album is on hold due to their busy tour schedule, he’s excited to get back in the studio and create more tunes. He also shared his love for classic rock, feeling that today’s music scene lacks that old-school vibe, and they want to remind people of what rock ‘n’ roll is all about.

Over a year ago, the band teamed up with producer Bob Rock to record new tracks, including “Dogs Of War” and a cover of the Beastie Boys’ “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!).” Drummer Tommy Lee teased fans about how awesome the new music sounds, especially with John 5’s killer guitar work.

So, with “Dogs Of War,” Mötley Crüe keeps rocking hard, welcoming new talent and staying true to their roots. Whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering their music, they’re all about delivering that raw, energetic sound that defines rock ‘n’ roll.

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