Tommy Lee was spotted at Premiere nightclub in Los Angeles on Friday (December 3). The Motley Crue drummer was seen entering and exiting the club before hopping in the passenger seat of a friend’s SUV and flashing the peace sign at the paparazzi when they drove off. Watch Hollywood.tv footage via YouTube below.
Methods of Mayhem are out with the music video to their new single ‘Time Bomb’, off the Tommy Lee fronted nu metal band’s second album ‘A Public Disservice Announcement’, out Tuesday (September 21) via Roadrunner/Loud & Proud. Watch it via YouTube below.
Methods of Mayhem frontman Tommy Lee crashed the Roadrunner Records office and caused mayhem. Tommy is seen defacing a Nickelback platinum album plaque, entering a women’s restroom to smoke a cigarette and tried his hand at being a receptionist. The band’s comeback album ‘A Public Disservice Announcement’, hits stores September 21st. Watch the clip via YouTube below.
Tommy Lee was spotted signing autographs outside The Arclight in Hollywood, California the other night. Someone working at the theater wasn’t happy with the autograph resellers and promised they wouldn’t get the opportunity again. For the Motley Crue drummer’s part, he wasn’t happy with the photographers hosing him with their flashbulbs and “hurting a brother’s eyes.” Watch Hollywood.tv fotoage below.
Tommy Lee unveiled new Methods of Mayhem record to Altitude TV. The Motley Crue drummer talked about why he went back to MoM after releasing his last album under his own name. Plus learn how to help Tommy record the new album by submitting your music to thepublicrecord.com. In the second clip, Lee goes behind the boards and showed how they are recording the new record with the help of the fans.
The videos at YouTube have since been removed by Altitude.
Hollywood.tv caught up with Tommy Lee outside Boardner’s in Hollywood on Thursday night (December 11), where the Motley Crue drummer said “Happy Holidays” to the paparazzo. Watch it via YouTube below.
Rock acts on television this week include:
Apples In Stereo, who perform on ‘The Colbert Report’ (Comedy Central) on Monday.
The Night Marchers, who visit ‘The Daily Habit’ (Fuel) on Monday.
Tokio Hotel, who co-host ‘Total Request Live (MTV) Tuesday thru Thursday, performing on Thursday.
Foreigner, who perform on ‘Today’ (NBC) on Wednesday.
Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes, who performs on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ (NBC) on Wednesday and ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ (CBS) on Thursday.
Rev Theory, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Wednesday.
Tommy Lee, who visits ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Thursday.
From First to Last, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Thursday.
Tne Warlocks, who visit ‘The Daily Habit’ (Fuel) on Thursday.
Chris Cornell, who performs on ‘The Tonight Show (NBC) on Friday.
Airbourne, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Friday.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee called into the Kyle and Jackie O. show on 2Day FM in Australia on Thursday (July 24), where he talked about how he’s stopped eating meat for the past couple months – no doubt influenced by on again lover and PETA activist Pamela Anderson. “It’s something, a, that I haven’t done before,” Tommy said, “and you know, I wanna check it out, and see what it’s like, and I feel lighter… I don’t know, it’s just different.” He admitted going to a barbeque might be a bit weird, but said, “You know, I love pastas, bake potatoes, and this and that. You know, I do eat fish, salmon, and this and that. It’s not like I’ve stopped eating.” The entire interview audio at Austereo.castmetrix.net has since been removed.
David Letterman joked during his Late Show monologue on Tuesday night, “Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee are back together. They’ve already scheduled their first domestic disturbance for Thursday.”
Former Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee spoke with Los Angeles CityBeat about redefining himself as an electro house DJ with DJ Aero on the Electro Mayhem Tour. “I must say, I’m over rock music,” Lee proclaimed to Dennis Romero. “I just like everything. I love beats I live for them.” Aero added, “He’s not just a DJ. We’ve got an actual drummer at our shows.”
The full story at lacitybeat.com has since been removed.