MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has told Launch Radio Networks that the band will most likely embark on a reunion tour next year. Sixx said that the bandmembers — including frontman Vince Neil, guitarist Mick Mars, and drummer Tommy Lee — have had their personal issues in the past, but that they seem to be ready for a reunion tour: "I talked to Tommy a couple nights ago, and he's like, 'I've looked forward to going (and) making some new music,' and we talked about that," Nikki said. "Who knows what it'll sound like, what it'll be like, but it'll be us. We've been offered the Ozzfest twice, but it's been hard to get Vince and Tommy on the same page as far as wanting to play together. I think all that water's under the bridge now." [Listen to a Real Audio clip of Sixx here]
As previously reported, MÖTLEY CRÜE are strongly rumored to be in talks with the organizers of Sweden Rock festival about making an appearance at next year's event, set to be held June 10-12, 2004 in Sölvesborg, Sweden.
Last week saw the release of the four-CD box set, "Music To Crash Your Car To, Vol. 1", which features expanded editions of the first four MÖTLEY CRÜE albums, and the DVD collection "Greatest Video Hits", which compiles 21 of the group's videos.
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