MÖTLEY CRÜE: 'If I Die Tomorrow' Video Posted Online

MÖTLEY CRÜE's video for their new single, "If I Die Tomorrow", has been posted online at this location (Real Media).

"If I Die Tomorrow" will be included on the band's upcoming "greatest hits" collection that chronicles the band's entire career. Scheduled for release on February 1 via the Hippo/Motley/UTV imprint, the set, entitled "Red, White & Crüe", includes three brand-new CRÜE songs ("If I Die Tomorrow", "Street Fighting Man" and "Sick Love Song") recently recorded with the group's original lineup of Vince Neil (vocals), Nikki Sixx (bass), Tommy Lee (drums) and Mick Mars (guitar).

Fans can see performances by MÖTLEY CRÜE on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Friday, December 10 and The Spike TV Video Game Awards on Tuesday, December 14. A feature film based on the band's best-selling autobiography, "The Dirt", is currently being developed by the band in conjunction with MTV Films/Paramount. The screenplay is being written by Rich Wilkes ("XXX").

MÖTLEY CRÜE's original lineup will reform for an extensive tour in 2005. The "Red White & Crüe Tour...Better Live Than Dead" will kick off Feb. 17 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and will proceed to Latin America, the United Kingdom and Europe through mid-June. In August and September, the band will play 40-plus North American amphitheatres before continuing on to Australia, New Zealand and Japan in November and December.


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