Motley Crue Announce Comeback Tour

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Following the success of Motley Crue biopic The Dirt, the band have stated a legal contract not to tour ever again is now “off the table”

Motley Crue have announced their resurgence, almost six years after signing an “extraordinary” cessation of touring arrangement to state they would not play together ever again.

Verifying their reunion, the heavy metal band stated the agreement is now off the table due to “unrelenting need” from fans following the success of current Netflix biopic, The Dirt.

The heavy metal 80’s band, Motley Crue – featuring Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Pamela Anderson‘s ex Tommy Lee, was very popular for hits including Kickstart My Heart, Home Sweet Home, Dr Feelgood and Girls, Girls, Girls – are coming “out of retirement”. Def Leppard and Poison will join them, however dates and venues are yet to be revealed but they will supposedly play a United States stadium tour in 2020.

In a declaration, they stated: “Almost six years after signing a cessation of touring arrangement, the agreement is off the table since an entire brand-new generation of Crueheads are relentlessly demanding for the band to come back together.

Before their expected farewell trip in 2014-2015, the band had signed what they said was a “cessation of visiting agreement” at a press conference.

However on Monday they posted a video of that contract being blown up. A video voiced by rap artist and star Machine Gun Kelly, who played drummer Tommy Lee in the movie, shows the “foolish” legal contract being blown up, and stated the “damage has actually never been a concern for Motley Crue”.

In 2014, Bassist Nikki Sixx had actually informed Rolling Stone: “Legally we cannot play again.”

He added: “The only loophole is if all four band members concurred to do it, we could bypass our own contract. We know that will never take place. There are people in this band who will refuse to ever do it once again, and you’re speaking to among them.

” There is no qamount of money that would ever make me do it again because I have such pride in how we’re ending it.”


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