Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx says no one should line up for 2003 concert tickets just yet. In response to a number of inquiries about whether or not the Crue has any live plans for this year-including joining up with Ozzy Osbourne’s annual multi-act tour-Sixx writes on the official motley.com site, “As far as the question being asked over and over about OzzFest, at this time there are NO plans of doing any kind of tour until next year for Motley Crue.”
While Motley Crue lays low, Sixx is hard at work with his new band, the Brides Of Destruction. The bassist writes that the group is “in the studio recording six more songs: ‘I Don’t Care,’ ‘Brace Yourself,’ ‘Life,’ ‘Crash’ (a temporary title), ‘Going Out,’ and ‘Shut The F-k Up.'” That’s in addition to the already recorded: “I Got A Gun (And Nothing To Say),” “You’ll Only Get So Far,” “Dogs Of Hollywood,” “Set The Fire,” “Smell’s A Revolution,” and “Natural Born Killers.”
The unsigned group, which also includes singer London, guitarists John Corabi and Tracii Guns, and drummer Scot Coogan (who replaces Adema drummer Kris Kohls), recently played a pair shows in Los Angeles with Taproot and Mudvayne.