Pop Evil get some help from Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars and Playboy Playmate Jessica Hinton in the new music video for their current single 'Boss's Daughter.'

'Boss's Daughter' is driven by many themes that were prevalent in the early music of bands like Motley Crue. So when recording the song, the Grand Rapids rockers drafted none other than Crue guitarist Mick Mars to help them craft the music for the track. Mars help didn't just help pen the tune though, he's also featured in the new music video. The fact that most of his time in the video is spent under Playboy Playmate Jessica Hinton had to make the cameo a pretty tough offer to turn down -- not exactly the hardest day of work.

"This video is the best depiction of the energy we bring during our live performance," says singer Leigh Kakaty of the video. "Mick & Jessa were terrific to work with! Nathan ["Karma" Cox, director] and his crew made a killer all-American rock & roll video."

With 'Boss's Daughter' currently sitting firmly in the Top 10 of the active rock charts, Pop Evil are gearing up to bring their high-energy live show to the Trespass America tour with Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage and Trivium.

Watch Pop Evil and Mick Mars in the 'Boss's Daughter' Music Video