Motley Crue push back album release date

The band decide to record another song

Motley Crue push back album release date
Motley Crue have decided to push back the release date of their forthcoming album, ‘Saints Of Los Angeles’.

The album was originally slated for a June 17 US release, but the band have decided to push it back to June 24 to give them time to record one final track, ‘Goin' Out Swingin'.

Bassist Nikki Sixx said the new song is the perfect finish for the album. "We pushed back the release one week so that we could get it onto the album -- it now has 13 tracks,” Sixx told E! News.

”It's the ultimate song to end the record with and begin the new chapter of our career."

’Saints of Los Angeles’ is the band’s first full-length studio album in more than 10 years, and features all four original band members -- frontman Vince Neil, guitarist Mick Mars, bassist Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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