Nikki Sixx Explains How Working With Rob Zombie Felt Like

Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx shared a post on his official Twitter page answering a fan’s question during a Q&A session with his fans and revealed how he felt working with White Zombie singer Rob Zombie in the brand new superband, ‘L.A. Rats,’ and apparently, every member of the band has been easygoing including Rob Zombie.

As some of you might remember, Nikki Sixx, Rob Zombie, John 5, and Tommy Clufetos recently surprised their fans as the four legendary musicians actually gathered to form a superband named L.A. Rats. As it was revealed by Nikki Sixx, the superband was formed in order to release a soundtrack for a Netflix movie named ‘The Ice Road’ starring the famous actor Liam Neeson.

The brand new track named ‘I’ve Been Everywhere’ recently released on the band’s official YouTube channel and it seems to be an instant hit as the lyric video for the song has already more than 300k views on YouTube. While their fans were thrilled to see the four musicians working together, they were also afraid that the collaboration was just for a soundtrack, however, Mötley Crüe bassist recently made an announcement via a post on his official Twitter page revealing that there’s more to come from L.A. Rats.

Due to the fact that none of their fans were expecting to see these four musicians work together despite their close relationship, a fan recently shared a tweet during a Q&A session and was curious to know how Nikki Sixx felt working in the studio with Rob Zombie.

After seeing his fan’s question, Nikki Sixx shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that all members of the freshly formed band including Rob Zombie worked well together in the studio which made the creation of ‘I’ve Been Everywhere’ quite simple.

Here is what the fan asked:

“how was working in the studio with rob zombie?”

Here is how Nikki Sixx replied:

“It’s was so easy to put this song together. All solid dudes…”

You can see the Twitter post and listen to ‘I’ve Been Everywhere’ below.