One of the traditional high points of every Motley Crue tour has been seeing what new thrills Tommy Lee will offer with his drum solo. However, Lee has learned that his current stunt will not be spotlighted at every gig on their 'Final Tour.'

Dubbed 'The Cruecifly,' Lee extends the "Drum Coaster" from their previous tour way out above the crowd (see above). Unfortunately, this has posed a bit of a safety risk in certain venues, and after last night's (July 4) show in Milwaukee, Lee tweeted why the stunt was absent.

Motley Crue's 'Final Tour,' with Alice Cooper as the opening act, opened on July 2 and runs through Nov. 21. The band is serious that this will be the last time they go on the road, and signed a legally binding "Cessation of Touring Agreement" in front of the media at their press conference. A new song, 'All Bad Things,' has been written for the occasion. As of now, there is no word on which dates will or will not feature 'The Cruecifly.'

On Aug. 19, a tribute album of country stars performing their songs will be released. The first single, Justin Moore's take on 'Home Sweet Home,' can be found here.

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