Sixx: A.M. have set an October 7 street date for their still-untitled new album.
Motley Crue recently wrapped up their latest tour but bassist Nikki Sixx isn’t wasting any time getting right back to work on one of his many other projects -- Sixx: A.M. While all the members of Sixx: A.M. pull double duty with multiple gigs, the band has managed to get together long enough to start putting the pieces together for their next album, the follow up to 2011’s ‘This Is Gonna Hurt.’
One of the things that's limited Sixx: A.M. somewhat in the past is their lack of a drummer, but Nikki Sixx has discussed his desire to make the band more of a priority in the future and that would presumably include finding a drummer to help them out. In a recent tweet, Sixx revealed the musician that's on the top of his wish list, shouting out the Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins.
The creativity has been flowing through the Sixx: A.M. camp, even as bassist and namesake Nikki Sixx recently sits thousands of miles away in Australia with Motley Crue, while frontman James Michael and guitarist DJ Ashba are elsewhere in the world. Sixx: A.M. recently revealed that there were plans for a new record this year, and they've been quietly writing away for the disc over the last few months.
Nikki Sixx may be touring down under with Motley Crue in Australia, but the bassist is keeping his mind creatively occupied with ideas for his other band Sixx: A.M. as well. In his latest Australian tour journal, the bassist reveals that he's been working on new music during his downtime on the road.
Earlier this year, legendary bassist Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and Sixx: A.M. proudly announced his new partnership with Schecter Guitar Research, the result of which is the incredibly sleek Schecter Sixx Signature Series Bass. Now, Loudwire is teaming up with Ultimate Classic Rock, Schecter Guitars and Eleven Seven Music to offer an amazing giveaway of the 'Schecter Sixx' bass guitar and more prizes to one very lucky fan.