'The Dirt (Est. 1981)' is set to feature on the upcoming biopic
Motley Crüe have shared a clip of new music that will feature on the soundtrack to The Dirt, the upcoming biopic about the band.
As previously reported, the rock band entered the studio last year to work on four new tracks for the new Netflix film. The songs mark their first new music since 2008 album ‘Saints Of Los Angeles’.
The band shared a clip of ‘The Dirt (Est. 1981)’, which clocks in at just over a minute, as part of a new video showing behind-the-scenes-footage of them in the studio. You can watch the video below.
Machine Gun Kelly, who will play drummer Tommy Lee in the film, is set to feature on the song, as confirmed on the tracklist for the official soundtrack. It’s currently unclear when a full-length version of ‘The Dirt (Est. 1981)’ will be released, although bassist Nikki Sixx is due to appear on radio show Jonesy’s Jukebox later today (February 21) and tweeted: “Maybe I’ll play some nü @MotleyCrue.”
The titles of the other three new songs set to be released have been confirmed as ‘Ride With The Devil’, ‘Crash And Burn’, and ‘Like A Virgin’. The tracklist for The Dirt soundtrack is as follows:
‘The Dirt (Est. 1981)’ (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
‘On With The Show’
‘Take Me To The Top’
‘Piece Of Your Action’
‘Shout At The Devil’
‘Looks That Kill’
‘Too Young To Fall In Love’
‘Home Sweet Home’
‘Girls, Girls, Girls’
‘Same Ol’ Situation (SOS)’
‘Kickstart My Heart’
‘Ride With The Devil’
‘Crash And Burn’
‘Like A Virgin’
Yesterday (February 20), the first trailer for the movie was released. It showed Kelly, Douglas Booth, Daniel Webber, and Iwan Rheon taking on the roles of Lee, Sixx, Vince Neil, and Mick Mars respectively as they embarked on a chaotic journey involving drugs, excess, and fatal accidents.
The Dirt is set for release on March 22 and will be available to watch on Netflix.