PureGrainAudio.com ran through some of its "Most Extreme" questions with SIXX: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx when the band played in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 23. You can now watch the chat below.
SIXX: A.M. has just completed its "Modern Vintage" tour, playing a limited number of dates all across North America. While on the road, the prolific band was in the process of writing music for its upcoming fourth full-length album, which is tentatively due in 2016.
Known as strong advocates of new music, the members of SIXX: A.M. consciously curated a global lineup for the current tour by bringing along special guests APOCALYPTICA from Finland and VAMPS from Japan to introduce their fans to some of the most exciting new rock music from around the world.
To round out its live lineup, SIXX: A.M. has added drummer Dustin Steinke of BLEEKER RIDGE into the mix for the tour, as well as backup singers Melissa Harding and Amber VanBuskirk.
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