SIXX A.M., the new band led by MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, will film a video for the song "Accidents Can Happen" on Monday, November 5. The track comes off the group's debut album, "The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star, The Soundtrack", which was written and produced by Sixx, James Michael and DJ Ashba as the dark, sonic companion to the book. "The Heroin Diaries" soundtrack was released on August 21 via Eleven Seven Music with the book following on September 18 from MTV/VH1 Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster.In other news, Sixx has revealed that he is already working on another book, which he says is "coming along great... so many layers to it. It will be a joyride through hell. James, DJ and myself are already talking about ideas for the album to come with it. But we're at least a year out... so enjoy this one ['The Heroin Diaries'] for a while." SIXX A.M. made its official live debut at 94.9 The Blaze's Halloween Havoc 2007 on October 25 at The E-Center in West Valley City, Utah. Also appearing on the bill were KORN, OPERATOR, AIRBOURNE and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH. Watch fan-filmed video footage of SIXX A.M. performing the song "Life is Beautiful" below.
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