But no one was more so the subject of his wrath than his label, Harvest Records.
Morrissey claims he doesn’t even know the guy who’s suing him, and considers the allegations a “vexatious lie.”
Heaven knows Morrissey will be miserable now until forever. And in the name of his infinite sadness we say take a drink. You know what, just keep ‘em coming and hope we have enough booze to cover Moz’s entire 30-year career.
All was not quiet on the Western front last night, after Morrissey allegedly threatened to cancel a show in Santa Ana, California, at the Observatory. And the demands impacted two other bands playing at the same venue, PAWS and We Are Scientists.
Decades and decades on, three things are still certain: death, taxes and long, interesting Morrissey song titles. The 12-song album will be released in July.
The upcoming album will be the tenth of Morrissey’s solo career, following 2009 full-length ‘Years of Refusal.’
Having just published his tell-all Autobiography, the Boy With the Pen in His Hand is now eyeing other literary endeavors, as well as a new solo album.
Fans in Sweden were treated to Europe’s only Autobiography book signing event, with over 500 fans from around the world lining up (some for more than 30 hours) for the author to pen his signature in a copy.
Under the heading “The World Won’t Listen” (cribbed from the title of a 1987 Smiths compilation album), first in his sights is Melissa Bachman, who recently sparked outrage after posting a photo with a male lion she killed on a hunt in South Africa.
In an interview with Brooklyn Vegan, Marr talked about the likelihood of putting pen to paper and telling his side of the Smiths storied history. Turns out it’s pretty much a done deal.