Mötley Crüe Will Hit Harder On Mick Mars With A New Album, Nikki Sixx Confirms

The high tension between Mick Mars and Mötley Crüe seems to be spilling into a new territory. As Mick Mars unveils the new singles from his solo album, fresh details about Mötley Crüe’s upcoming album are emerging.

Nikki Sixx took to Twitter to announce that Mötley Crüe will be releasing a new album in 2024. It’s not hard to deduce that John 5 will be taking Mars’ place as the guitarist in the album. This marks the first time we’ll be listening to a Mötley Crüe album without Mars’ guitars.

Personally attempting to develop a perspective on the matter, the strategic backdrop of Mötley Crüe’s album decision that I aim to delve into in the title seems to align with my interpretation. It appears that Mötley Crüe will continue to nurture their fanbase to tighten ranks and minimize any shifts toward Mick’s side

Nikki Sixx Also Works On Animation Project

Nikki Sixx didn’t just share information about Mötley Crüe; he also provided insights into his personal projects. He revealed exciting news about an animation project they are working on with Rob Minkoff.

He stated:

“Yes, Mötley Crüe will be releasing new music in 2024, and separately, I am working with Rob Minkoff on developing a new music-related animation project. Good times ahead.”

See the tweet below.