Motley Crue Confirms They Will Record New Music


Story by Charles Ken, photo via Motley Crue’s official Instagram page

Vince Neil of Motley Crue has confirmed that the guys are working on new music

Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil has confirmed the rumors that Motley Crue is working on new music. In a new tweet sent out today (Sept. 13), Neil stated, “Exciting news! I’ll be going back in recording studio in a few weeks with the boys to record 4 brand new Motley Crue tracks! Rock On!!”

Last month, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and bass player Nikki Sixx announced that they were spending some time in a studio with Bob Rock, the producer of “Dr. Feelgood.” They broke the news with a photo and video posted on their social media accounts.

The black and white photo, which appeared on Motley Crue’s official Facebook page, pictured the two in the studio together and was posted with the caption reading, “28th August 2018.” Lee posted the same photo on his Instagram account, along with a video of himself rocking the drums in the studio.

Ever since then, fans have been commenting on this possible reunion, guessing it means everything from a new Motley Crue album to perhaps some new music that will be part of “The Dirt” soundtrack, the upcoming Netflix biographical-drama based on the Motley Crue 2001 biography by the same name. Now, the confirmation is here that fans will get at least four new Motley Crue songs soon. No word on any possible Motley Crue tour dates, but band members have said in the past that they signed a legal agreement not to tour together again following the end of their 2014-2015 farewell run.

Jeff Tremaine, who is known for directing “Jackass,” is directing their upcoming film, “The Dirt.” The film is currently in production. No release date for the film has been announced yet.



Posted by Charles Ken | Music, Rock, Rock News

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