BASSIST Robbie Robbie Crane has quit Lynch Mob, giving no reasons for his decision.
The band has just released a well-received EP, the Sound Mountain sessions, but the experienced Crane obviously is unsatisfied with his current situation.
He issued a statement saying: “With much thought and regret, I am resigning as the bass player of Lynch Mob…
“Thank you to all of the fans for your support of the band and ‘Sound Mountain Sessions’… It has been a wild two-year ride that I wouldn’t change for anything!”
There is speculation that Crane is about to join a supergroup formed by vocalist Joe Lynn Turner, although Turner recently played this down
DOKKEN are previewing 11 new songs from their Broken Bones album, due September 25, on iTunes.
The album comes as all original members of the 80s metal heroes – aside from singer Don Dokken – prepare to release their own new project, Tooth & Nail.
Unusually, drummer Mick Brown is in both bands. Tooth & Nail are rounded out by bassist Jeff Pilson and guitarist George Lynch while the remaining members of Dokken are guitarist Jon Levin and bassist Sean McNabb.
|3.||“Best of Me”||4:18|
|6.||“Victim of the Crime”||4:30|
|9.||“For the Last Time”||3:58|
Neil, 51, Tweeted after the show that medicos had diagnosed a broken foot and that he would have x-rays in Toronto. The next day, he Tweeted: “Ok this sucks but doctor just said I broke two bones in my foot!”
He posted the accompanying picture.
One report said the injury was suffered when Neil tripped on a piece of onstage equipment. In keeping with the Crue’s 1981 song “On With The Show”, Neil completed the performance, which is part of a national tour with KISS.
Bassist Nikki Sixx Tweeted on Friday: “Yes we are playing tonight(and the rest of the tour)even though @TheVinceNeil has two broken bones in his foot. He is a trooper.”