Former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer John Corabi has announced that he is leaving BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION — the band formed by MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx and L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns — to pursue a solo career. "It's amicable," says Corabi. "We're still friends, I am just really excited about the songs I've been writing and want to get a jump on my solo career."

Says Nikki Sixx, "I have known John for years, we worked together on a MÖTLEY CRÜE album and we've had a blast working with him in the BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION. We wish John nothing but the best. Besides, John just kicks ass as a songwriter and we can't wait to hear what he does next."

BRIDES OF DESTRUCTIONSixx, Guns, Scott Coogan (drums), and London LeGrand (vocals) — are about to begin recording their debut album that will be out later this year.

Among the tracks tentatively set to appear on the CD are the following:

01. I Don't Care
02. Shut The Fuck Up!
03. Life…
04. 2 X Dead (Goin' Out)
05. Brace Yourself
06. NBK
07. Only Get So Far
08. My Revolution
09. I Got A Gun


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