NIKKI SIXX To Co-Host 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION To Perform
MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx will be co-hosting ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" the week of March 8-12. "BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION will play one of the shows that week (probably the 9th)," Sixx writes in an online posting. "We will also play on Sunset Blvd. [in Hollywood] March 10th (at Tower Records) and do a in-store afterwards... More shit to come..."
As previously reported, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION's first CD, "Here Come The Brides" (out in Japan through Universal Records since December 25), is due on March 9 through Sanctuary Records via Sixx's company 12-11 Productions. The group's song "Shut the Fuck Up" (e-card) is the lead-off track on the Drew Stone-produced/directed (BIOHAZARD, TYPE O NEGATIVE, KING'S X, AGNOSTIC FRONT) film "Death Or Glory", a documentary about the illegal car culture world of America which is being released by Dreamworks.
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