Motley Crue released an image last week teasing fans that something big was on its way, but what, they hadn’t confirmed. Due to the nature of the picture, it seemed to hint that it might be a tour and now, it looks like the assumptions might have been right.
For a while now, the iconic metal band have had some disagreements and even some talk that they would be calling it a day in 2014 was starting to float around the internet. The band had not commented about the potential split up rumors, but they did announce that come 3 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28th, the band will “make the biggest announcement of their career” via their website.
Thanks to a tweet from Eddie Trunk, co-host of VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show, a flyer has surfaced which reveals that Alice Cooper will be the supporting act for Motley Crue’s farewell tour, which, if it’s true, they have appropriately named, “The Final Tour.”
The full image can be seen below:
As of now, there has been no confirmations or denials about the tour which probably will not happen until that press conference. No tour dates or locations have been leaked, but in an interview with Billboard last year, frontman Vince Neil did say that the tour would probably begin in the Summer and extend all the way in 2015 meaning, there will definitely be some international dates in the mix.