BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Pay Tribute To Past At Debut Gig
BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION, the new band featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns, former MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman John Corabi (who plays guitar in the group), made their live debut at Ventura Theatre in Ventura, California on Saturday, Dec. 14.
The group, who were supporting MUDVAYNE and TAPROOT at the venue, performed a six-song set that was split evenly between newly-penned compositions and renditions of songs originally written by Sixx and Guns in their previous outfits.
The following was BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION's set list for the Ventura Theatre gig:
01. Hellraisers Ball (L.A. GUNS)
02. I Don't Care
03. Right Before You Crack
04. Brace Yourself
05. Shout At The Devil (MÖTLEY CRÜE)
06. Live Wire (MÖTLEY CRÜE)
BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION's next concert will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at Fillmore in San Francisco, California. MUDVAYNE will be the headliner for the evening.
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