During a chat with SiriusXM’s Eddie Trunk, guitarist Mick Mars clarified if he attacked his former bandmates from Motley Crue in his new song ”Loyal To The Lie”, song taken from his solo new album.
Talkin his illness and the new song theme, Mars said:
“Motley will always be a part of me, my legacy, stuff that I’ve done, and I loved what we’ve done, but there’s a time to call it. This crap that I have got a little rough on me traveling. So, it is what it is. But no.
”That song is full-blown just against the lie, whether it be cultist or, I’m not gonna say government, but I say, governor: government and that kind of stuff. […]
“I don’t know where to exactly put the finger on, but it was for that reason of people being lied to, people being manipulated, people doing this, and, in the end, like I said, they die.
”They’re dead. The cult died… You know, where did Jim Jones go? He finally got killed. He didn’t drink the Kool-Aid.”