Drummer Tommy Lee tells Rolling Stone magazine he hasn't heard from Sixx or singer Vince Neil since the Los Angeles Staples Center show on New Year's Eve (31Dec15), and the bassist made it pretty clear he didn't want to stay in contact.

"I think f**king Nikki unfollowed me on f**king Twitter, like, the next day," Tommy said. "I was like, 'Wow. OK, dude'."

Six months after the send-off, Lee still has mixed emotions about the final show, admitting he was crushed there wasn't a quiet band farewell backstage.

"After the final night, we had a big party backstage on New Year's Eve, and I never saw the other guys," he explains. "We never even said goodbye. F**king strange as hell, dude. I mean, what the f**k?

"I mean, if you're getting divorced, you still give your ex a hug, or flip her off or something. You either get a kiss or a slap... Give me a sign! Let me know you're alive."

But the drummer still has happy memories of his time with the band, adding, "I'm just happy to be part of something that was so impactful on so many people's lives musically and lifestyle-wise. That's pretty f**king insane, and I'm really happy that we decided to end it on a high note and not really drive this thing into the ground like so many of our other musical peers have. It's just really cool and quite an honour to kind of bow out when it's still larger-than-life."