NIKKI SIXX: New BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Album To Be Recorded Later This Year

BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx (ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE) has posted the following message to the "Diary" section of the group's official web site:

"It's nice to sleep in a bed. As much as I love the bus, a day off with room service and a bed was much needed. We decided to do this tour down and dirty. We only take hotels on days off. And if you look at our tour dates you can see, those are very few as well.

"I wanted to say thanks to all the rock fans coming out to see us. We're having a great time, I see you are too…again thanks….

"We hooked up with the AMEN guys and went to see 'Van Helsing'. I ended up wrestling Tracii [Gun] to the ground in the lobby of the movie theatre as everyone laughed…but then came the security guys. Luck have it…the guys were fans and we weren't thrown out…

"I think we've had a sky hook attached to the back of the bus cause every time we pull into town it starts raining…not that I mind. I love the rain. It's perfect for writing music…

"Speaking of music… We're writing for the next album out here on the road… We're very focused on what were going to deliver… Basically…. It's the same jump CRÜE made from 'Too Fast For Love' to 'Shout At The Devil'… We will be recording the next album later this year….

"Fuck, I love rock n roll. It's time to retire the red baseball hat."


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