MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx will make a cameo appearance in the video for the new SALIVA single, "Rest in Pieces". Nikki wrote the song with James Michael a while ago and the song appeared on SALIVA's album "Back Into Your System". SALIVA frontman Josey Scott recently explained how he got to collaborate with one of his childhood idols: "I've been friends with Nikki for about a year now, and we got together in L.A. Nikki Sixx loves to talk about songwriting, and he's given me advice on everything from buying a home to saving money to songwriting. He called me on the phone one day and he goes, 'Dude, I've got this song that I have to send you because it was meant for you to sing,' and I almost dropped the phone because he's been my idol since I was 12 years old. I loved MÖTLEY CRÜE, and I loved Nikki Sixx, then I finally had the pleasure of meeting him, and then some months later he's giving me a song to record, sayin' it's meant for me to sing. It's a trip. This life is kinda surreal sometimes."
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