Mötley Crüe are currently promoting new music and their film adaptation of “The Dirt,” but that doesn’t mean the band will be returning to the stage anytime soon. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Nikki Sixx said “there will be no one-offs in [the band’s] future.
Sixx said the following:
“Sometimes I look out at my friends, like the guys in Aerosmith and Metallica, and I’m like, ‘God damn it, did we retire too soon? But there will be no one-offs in our future. Maybe we’ll just get together and jam in Mick Mars’ front room.”
Despite this, Tommy Lee did say the group have been getting along again:
“Everything’s cool now. That tour was almost two years straight, and by the end of it, I don’t think anybody wanted to fucking see anybody maybe ever again. It was like a marriage that just got fucking tired. I was the only one there having a big after party with everybody on New Year’s Eve. I was just like, ‘You know what? Fuck you guys.’ After about a year, everybody started to either miss each other or just wonder what happened, and we were in a much different place, so we regrouped and rekindled friendship and the whole thing you do with people you love.”
“Me and Tommy hadn’t really talked or seen each other since the final show, and we went to New Orleans to visit the movie set. We’d just needed a breather from each other from over 30 year of being in each other’s faces. It was so nice when me and Tommy started hanging out again.”
If you missed it, you can find the band’s new song “The Dirt (Est. 1981)” HERE. You can also watch “The Dirt” when it hits Netflix on March 22.