Nikki Sixx Asserts Mötley Crüe Will Make Music And Tour Until Someone’s Passing

Nikki Sixx recently tweeted that he and his Mötley Crüe bandmates wouldn’t call it quits until one of them passed away. The bassist shared this notion while answering fan questions on Twitter, hinting at the release of a new album and signaling future tours were on their way.

It’s quite the tradition for rockers to announce farewell tours, only to carry on with brand new releases and announcements of future tours like nothing really happened with the whole ‘farewell’ concept. Mötley Crüe is among the honorary rockers who announced that they were hitting the road one last time for a final tour… and then kept touring stadiums alongside Def Leppard, Joan Jett, and Poison.

A few years after their ‘farewell,’ the band is currently on the road with Def Leppard again; however, what might come after that tour wasn’t clear. So, the fans decided to ask Sixx about the act’s future and whether they planned on touring again or calling it quits. The rocker gave a firm answer when he assured that Mötley wouldn’t retire from making new music or touring, or at least, not until one of them died.

Sixx’s tweet regarding whether the band would release new music after their tour:

“Got a few ideas we’re kicking around.”

The bassist on whether their current tour with Def Leppard would be their last:

“Not unless one of us dies.”

It’s apparent that Sixx and his Mötley Crüe bandmates aren’t ready to announce another ‘farewell’ tour and call it quits. The rocker hinted that new music was coming up, signaling that the band might get into the studio after their joint tour with Def Leppard wrapped up. So, if you’re a Mötley fan anticipating to hear new material, then it’s good news as it’s evident that we’ll see more of them in the future.