Motley Crue’s Mick Mars Featured in New Pop Evil Video


Story by Anne Erickson

Pop Evil’s new video features cameo from Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars

Michigan rock band Pop Evil have posted the high-octane new video for their latest single, “Boss’s Daughter,” off the group’s current album, “War of Angels.” The video features the band rocking out in an abandoned warehouse, and the footage includes a cameo from none other than Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars, who also co-wrote the song. In a nutshell, the video depicts Pop Evil’s always-killer live show. Watch the video, here.

“This video is the best depiction of the energy we bring during our live performance,” frontman Leigh Kakaty said in an official statement. “Mick and Jessa [Hinton] were terrific to work with!  [Director] Nathan [“Karma” Cox] and his crew made a killer all-American rock and roll video.”

Pop Evil will take “Boss’s Daughter” on the road this summer alongside Five Finger Death Punch on the Trespass America Festival, which launches off on July 13 at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colo. Fellow heavy music makers Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Emmure, God Forbid and Battlecross are also slated to play the tour.

Pop Evil recently wrapped up a tour with Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman, as well as a main stage stint on annual rock music festival Rocklahoma in Pryor, Okla. What’s your favorite Pop Evil jam? Let us know in the comments section, below.




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