Tommy Lee thinks KISS’ ‘End of the Road World Tour’ stage show looks identical to Mötley Crüe’s last tour
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee took to Twitter today to point out that he thinks KISS‘ stage show for their End of the Road World looks “identical” to his band’s stage show for its All Bad Things must come to an End tour, which ended back at the end of 2015.
KISS and Mötley Crüe co-headlined a tour in 2012. Sleaze Roxx attended the group’s tour stop at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada back on September 13, 2012 and noted in its concert review:
“KISS‘ stage show appeared much more simplistic than Motley Crue‘s stage set but also much more symmetrical and easy to look at. It was easy to focus on the band members, while during Motley Crue‘s set it seemed that there was no real focus on anyone given the multitude of dancers, water “machine gun” squirters, acrobats, etc. on the stage with the band. KISS had an impressive display of lights that worked well with each song.”
Sleaze Roxx concluded in its 2012 review: “Which was the better band? KISS or Motley Crue? To me, KISS provided the better show by far! That being said, many kudos have to go to Vince Neil for doing the Motley Crue show with a broken foot.”