A surprising revelation by Motley Crue limo driver Al Bowman, as a member of their “inner circle” during Crue’s heyday, has officially confirmed that Vince is currently drinking himself to death.
You can check out the interview via THE OPPERMAN REPORT here.
As reported by ‘TheMetalDen‘, Al Bowman states that the Crue’s satanic parties were held at an “Ivy-covered little old wooden house with darkened windows.”
Bowman further claims Vince Neil is in the worst shape of his career and implies that Neil is drinking himself to death.
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Here’s what he said about Vince Neil:
“If you look at him today, he’s not the healthiest guy.”
The Crue’s former limo driver goes much deeper in detail and says that Vince Neil’s life of incredible excess, along with practicing “dark arts” while binging on “demon alcohol” has reduced the once great glam metal lead singer to a sad, broken down human being.
Earlier Bassist Nikki Sixx compared Motley Crue’s vocalist Vince Neil’s voice with Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant.
In a recent conversation with Yahoo Entertainment, Sixx said the following:
“I didn’t really even divulge this until like five years ago. There are elements. I’m not going to say it’s a domestic violence outcry. I’m not gonna say that. I’m just saying, I was telling you earlier. I document everything so sometimes it’s like ‘Wow I remember that and that really affected me so I want to write that.
”With Motley Crue, Vince has this amazing unique voice sometimes like Robert Plant, Perry Farrell other they have these interesting voices that are they’re not pitchy, they’re just raw and just kind of on top. I always love that about Vince’s voice and I would write for Vince. Vince will tell you ‘Nikki wrote all these lyrics for me.’
”I did. I gave him stuff. I understand his voice so much when we’re doing demos. I’ll sit in the studio with Tommy and we will get it so that it sounds like this song he delivers it. He owns it. One of the things he sometimes says like ‘I write too many lyrics in a short period of time,’ like ‘Shout at the Devil’ is a great example.”