Hear MICK MARS' grungy new solo song "Right Side of Wrong" | Revolver

Hear MICK MARS' grungy new solo song "Right Side of Wrong"

Second single off 'The Other Side of Mars'

Back in October, Mötley Crüe icon Mick Mars released his debut solo single, "Loyal to the Lie," the guitarist's first music since his headline-making split with Crüe, and the first taste of his upcoming album, The Other Side of Mars. Today (December 13th), he's followed that song up with a new cut, "Right Side of Wrong," which, like its predecessor, features considerably heavier riffing than Crüe are generally known for, leaning into a dark, Alice in Chains-esque grunge sound.

Crank it above via the single's dramatic, black-and-white music video.

"I wanted to do something that was just big and mean," Mars commented of The Other Side of Mars. "People are going to hear my tone — my sound. I am what I am. Nobody else can do it. And like everyone, I've got a limited number of years. So, I'm gonna do all I can to do a lot of stuff.

"When it comes to my playing, there's the Mötley side and the Mars side. Either way, I always have a very clear vision of what I want to do."

The guitarist's solo album features vocalist Jacob Bunton, bassist Chris Collier, Winger and former Alice Cooper keyboardist Paul Taylor as well as Korn drummer Ray Luzier. Singer Brion Gamboa contributes to two tracks. The record was produced by Michael Wagener, who engineered and mixed Crüe's 1981 debut, Too Fast for Love, in addition to working with the likes of Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Skid Row and others.

The Other Side of Mars is due out February 23rd via Mars' own label, 1313 LLC.