ContactMusic.com is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil and drummer Tommy Lee will head off on the group's reunion tour as enemies later this month — because neither one wants to forgive and forget.
The rock act split largely because of the feuds between Lee and Neil, and the singer admits their relationship is still hindered by the very negative feelings they have about each other.
He tells men's magazine Blender, "I don't like Tommy and Tommy doesn't like me. Tommy doesn't care to resolve things. I don't care. I have no feelings about it either way.
"You go to work and there's a guy in the office you don't like. You still do your job, huh?
"The secret is to think of the EAGLES. They toured forever and they fucking hated each other."
Meanwhile, Lee insists he isn't going to let his temper get the better of him backstage on the upcoming tour — because he has learned to control it.
He says, "My anger management classes have taught me there's always a way out. I don't like to make too much of a big deal about this because it sounds gay, but if I feel angry, I like to go for a walk and look at trees."
To ease possible tensions on the volatile tour, each group member will hit the road on his own tour bus.
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