Former L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns, who co-founded BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION with MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, has slammed the new CRÜE single "If I Die Tomorrow" (audio) as "shit."

Writing to Metal Sludge's "Gossip Board", Guns said, "OK, I am the biggest MÖTLEY fan in the world and this new song sucks donkey's ass, elephant's ass and my mom's ass. Vince's [Neil] voice has never been better and they made him sing this shit. I am embarrassed. Yes, Nikki's my best friend, but I ain't goin' along with this one 'cause I would look like a donkey's donkey.

"Look at it this way... If I brought in a song like that for BRIDES, I would surely get fired and Nikki would be very vocal with his opinion as well. That's what friends do. Unfortunately, friends don't always listen to each other.

"On the flipside, I hope it is a major smash hit!"


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