SIXX: A.M.: 'Stars' Video Released

SIXX: A.M.: 'Stars' Video Released

The video for "Stars", a brand new song from SIXX: A.M., the band featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx alongside guitarist DJ Ashba and vocalist James Michael, can be seen below. The track is taken from SIXX: A.M.'s third album, "Modern Vintage", which was released on October 7 via Eleven Seven Music.

James Michael called "Stars" "a quintessential SIXX: A.M. song," adding, "I think 'Stars' might be one of the best songs we've ever written. It does everything SIXX: A.M. does on a heightened level."

Michael continued: "It's one of the most aggressive rock songs we have — the tempo is a lot faster than we usually write. It's one of those moments you always hope for as a songwriter, where the melody line, lyric and the track all marry. That chorus explodes — it gives me goosebumps every time I hear it, and I've heard it thousands of times. … I think SIXX: A.M. fans will really relate to it on a lyrical level, and they'll also feel very comfortable that they're hearing a SIXX: A.M. song."

"Modern Vintage" track listing:

01. Stars
02. Gotta Get It Right
03. Relief
04. Get Ya Some
05. Let's Go
06. Drive
07. Give Me A Love
08. Hyperventilate
09. High On The Music
10. Miracle
11. Before It's Over

SIXX: A.M. will embark on its first-ever headline tour in 2015, playing a limited number of dates across North America with special guest APOCALYPTICA.

Joining Sixx, Ashba and Michael on the road will be drummer Jeff Fabb (IN THIS MOMENT, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, FILTER), who also played on "Modern Vintage".

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