“This tour has to top everything we’ve done before and it will. It has to, we have no choice. We’re just in preliminary conversations and looking at things we want to involve with the show.
"I call them shapes. When you look at our sets you think, ‘That’s a little bit off.’ We always start with the shapes. Like Carnival of Sins, when you walked into the arena you went, ‘Everything seems a little bit titled.’ Everything was a little bit titled, just enough to make you realise something was off and then we started building it from there.
"We’re just getting all of our ideas together, and then we plug the songs in. Nobody wants to see Mötley Crüe for the last time and not hear every single hit. That would be the worst thing. Can you imagine a band on their final tour, like going to see Aerosmith for the final time and they don’t play Dream On? They’ll be none of that, we’ll be playing all of the hits.”