Motley Crue don't socialise offstage and have separate ''party rooms'' because relations are so bad on their final tour.
Motley Crue don't socialise offstage.
The legendary rockers - comprising bassist Nikki Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee, guitarist Mick Mars, and singer Vince Neil - are currently in the midst of their last-ever tour and relations between the quartet are so bad, each member has their own ''party room'' and they all travel separately to gigs.
Hat designer Ivy Supersonic told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column backstage at their Madison Square Garden gig on Tuesday (28.10.14): ''Tommy and Vince don't get along.
''Each band member has their own party, in their own party room. They have separate tour busses as well.''
The group announced in January they were separating after 33 years together and even signed a legal document vowing no more tours after their final one ends next year.
Explaining why they were splitting, Nikki said: ''We want to leave a legacy and have dignity. We want to call it a day and be proud.''
Tommy added: ''Everything must come to an end. We always had a vision of going out with a big f*****g bang and not playing county fairs and clubs with one or two original band members! Our job here is done.''