MTLEY CRE's SIXX, NEIL Discuss 'Cre Fest' And 'Saints Of Los Angeles'; Video Available

Fox News has posted an interview with MTLEY CRE bassist Nikki Sixx and Vince Neil about the band's just-announced summer tour, appropriately dubbed Cre Fest. Sixx stated about the trek, which features support acts BUCKCHERRY, PAPA ROACH, SIXX: A.M. and TRAPT, "You know, we've been playing festivals since we were a baby band, and I don't mean this as an insult to the other festivals, but a lot of times, they try so hard to to be cool, that they miss the fact that it's about hit songs. When you listen to TRAPT, you listen to SIXX: A.M., you listen to PAPA ROACH, and as it goes higher, up the list, PAPA ROACH, BUCKCHERRY, MTLEY CRE, it's like six hours of bands that have amazing songs."

Watch the interview below.

"Saints of Los Angeles", the new single from MTLEY CRE, includes backing vocals by Josh Todd (BUCKCHERRY), Jacoby Shaddix (PAPA ROACH), James Michael (SIXX: A.M.) and Chris Brown (TRAPT). The song is the title track of the group's new album, due in North America on June 17 through Mtley Records.


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