MÖTLEY CRÜE Bassist NIKKI SIXX: 'This Is Not A Farewell Tour'

According to Gigwise.com, MÖTLEY CRÜE announced last night they’re definitely not splitting up and they plan to return to the studio to record a new album soon.

CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx made the announcement on stage at Manchester’s MEN Arena Wednesday night (June 15) on the U.K. leg of their "Red, White and Crüe" tour.

Sixx said: "This is not a farewell tour, when we get back to L.A., we're gonna record a new album."

He went on to launch an attack on journalists who he said were spreading false rumours that the tour was a farewell one. The band also said they plan to return to the U.K. soon.

Speculation was rife in the press earlier this year that the CRÜE were on the verge of splitting after drummer Tommy Lee and frontman Vince Neil were alleged to have been arguing.


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