Nikki Sixx Shares His Real Thoughts On John Corabi’s ‘Mötley Crüe’ Album

Nikki Sixx recently clarified what he thought of John Corabi’s only album with Mötley Crüe through Twitter/X on August 28.

A user asked Sixx to get candid regarding his real thoughts about the 1994’s eponymous album, and the bassist answered:

“Amazing sounding album. Some great songs. We gave it our all at the time.”

He then answered another user’s question about whether he hated Mötley’s ‘Theatre of Pain,’ a 1985 album that Sixx is rumored to resent:

“That’s [the rumors] not true. [The album has] Some huge hits in it and badass deep tracks.”

Previously on Mötley Crüe’s front, former singer John Corabi had explained why ‘it was possible‘ for Nikki to use ‘backing tracks’ during live shows.

Then, the former frontman also accused Mötley Crüe of Mick Mars’ controversial departure from the band, stating Sixx and co. had been wanting to out Mars for a while. Still, Nikki, since then, didn’t reply directly to any of Corabi’s statements, and he now opted to ‘praise’ the sole album Mötley did with their former singer.

You can check out Sixx’s tweets below.