Mick Mars releases new song

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Discover “Right Side of Wrong”, the new single by Mick Mars, from his first solo album.

Mick Mars continues to lay the groundwork for the release of his next album. Discover “Right Side of Wrong”, his new single. The clip is available via the player below:

The musician’s team explains that the text focuses on the idea of ​​two individual opinions believing that their position is correct. In reality, this is just personal perspective. However, this idea is a source of conflict within society.

This album is titled The Other Side of Mars. Scheduled for February 23, 2024, it will be the musician’s first release since leaving Mötley Crüe. It is also his very first solo album. As on the previous single “Loyal to the Lie”, Jacob Bunton takes care of vocals on “Right Side of Wrong”.

In addition to Mick Mars on guitar and composition, we find on this disc drummer Ray Luzier (Korn) and bassist Chris Collier. We also find singer Brion Gamboa on two tracks.

The Other Side of Mars is available for pre-order

Here is the tracklist and cover:

  1. Loyal To The Lie
  2. Broken On The Inside
  3. Alone
  4. Killing Breed
  5. Memories
  6. Right Side Of Wrong
  7. Ready To Roll
  8. Undone
  9. Ain’t Going Back
  10. Night

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