Nikki Sixx confirmed, via his Twitter, that Motely Crue has recorded new material for the forthcoming, The Dirt, movie.

When asked by fan, about the new songs, Sixx replied, “You can trust us these are ball busters. Everybody can relax.Were soon gonna smack you upside the head with some killer new tracks. Bob Rock is producing.Its our movie. We know what were doing.”

Singer Vince Neil tweeted yesterday that he was “going back in [the] recording studio in a few weeks” with his bandmates to lay down his vocals on the group’s new songs.

The band’s last studio album was 2008’s Saints Of Los Angeles, which was followed by a 2009’s Greatest Hits compilation.

A tour film about Motley Crue’s final shows, The End, came out in 2016.

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  • Doug R. on

    What I miss?? K.K.? Aerosmith? Crue? Sh-t! I’ve been “Freewheel Burning” 😉 all over FL! Too Daze Gone from Purple Priest in Jacksonville, Scorpions tonight in Tampa, and Sammy & The Circle tomorrow night in the good Hollywood, Oh Yeah!! 😉 Get Your Buzz On!! Mas Tequila!! Cheers!! 🙂

  • Dana on


    That is an older picture, I wouldn’t read too much into it.

    D 🙂

  • Doug R. on

    Come on, dudes! F–k “The End!” Burn that contract and hit the road again!

  • Michael Monet on

    I’ll bet this movie’s production was prior to the start of the #METOO movement and now folks are just hoping for the best. The timing is wrong for this subject matter. I love the music and their lives were interesting but this depiction of male bravado, sexual conquests and female degradation is not going to go over well in 2018 or 2019. In fact it may hurt what is left of the metal industry going forward. There has already been a book recently about how females were treated in the music industry during this time and this movie may verify and emphasize these very negative issues. Poor timing indeed. Remember Paul Stanley in bed with all those girls in THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION 2: THE METAL YEARS. Funny and cool back then but nowadays obnoxious and douchey. I wish they would scrap this movie but they won’t. Anyway, the BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY movie looks pretty good.

    • Dana on


      That is a very interesting point, and perhaps, the sexual aspects of the script have been altered already to fit in with the current climate?


    • jeffrey heffernan on

      there were no victims here,these girls did what ever they wanted to do ,they wanted to be groupies .no one kidnapped will is a bitch sometimes,i dont care about the times, self respect is not a fashion so if there story includes subject matter that folks find disturbing ,then they should not watch there story.everyone involved was having the times of there lives,women,men,and the rest of that world.times change indeed.but if any one who was involved with bands of this stature esp back in the day,this was the norm for these folks,and everyone enjoyed the ride,until they did i hope they do tell the truth,and not play the political correctness game..

    • Dana on

      However, l would not be surprised in this PC era, if they end up altering a lot of the sex and drugs scenes to be more “family friendly.”

    • Keith G on

      I disagree, Michael. The movie should show exactly how women were treated back then, because it’s the truth! If they were to sanitize it, the movie would be completely lame! 95% of the women back then were there because they wanted to be! I went to a lot of concerts back in the 80’s, and there were always groupies hanging around backstage, and they would do whatever the roadies or band wanted, just to be invited to the afterparties! Nobody should be sanitizing history just to fit in with the new social mores. History is fact! We should see it and read about it as it was, and learn from it.

    • Dana on


      I completely agree with your statement, but if they want to make money (again, it is a business), I would not be surprised if they try and sanitize these subject matters to avoid controversy. I hope I am wrong, but again, it would not be a complete shock if they tame these subjects to appeal to a broader audience.

      D 🙂

    • Rattlehead on

      Excellent points, Keith. There is too much trying to “change history” just to be politically correct or conform to today’s climate. We need to learn from the mistakes of the past, and artifacts that exist today from our past help us remind us of our past wrongs.

  • T on

    Now that they no longer have the pressure or writing a full album and are retired, they’ll probably write some really good stuff (not that they didn’t before). Then they’ll say, why should we stop? I wish them the best though. Same 4 guys through all this time.

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