Nikki Sixx Is Loving The New Motley Crue Album


March 15, 2008

Bassist Nikki Sixx commented about the upcoming Motley Crue album on his myspace page:

“I fucking love this new Motley Crue album. Tommy’s kickin ass, Vince sounds insane and Mars is shredding on guitars. It doesn’t feel like one song is better or worse than any other…it feels so go to be excited about something you’ve worked on so hard…I’m so excited for you all to hear it…”

Earlier in the week Nikki also confirmed that he is dating tattoo artist Kat Von D:

“The studio has been flowing nicely. We were all together again today plotting, planning, designing, listening and the band seems to have the old bite back, but we will let you be the judge of that when it’s time. I do know the people around us, the ones we can trust, are feeling the magic from the songs, so maybe it’s not only in our heads? Aah ha.”

“And yes, Kat and myself are together. Yes, we’ve been ‘just’ friends since last summer. She was going through a brutal divorce (as was I) and we were friends. Along the way, she met a great guy (Orbi) and we were friends through that too. They broke up and we were still ‘just’ friends… I’ve never had a friend become the girl. Yes, it caught us both by surprise, as I’m sure some of you. It’s understandable; on her TV show, she is still in a relationship (welcome to TV… it’s not live). Point being, we understand that some of you don’t. It’s cool… With that being said, we are very very happy together… I hope it shows in our art and music. Nothing is better for artists than complete connection.”

“One last thing: when I felt myself falling for her, she was all walls and barigades, an invisible bodyguard on call every time I even tried to allude to or use the evil smirk to get closer to her heart. So if you think bad of anyone, let it be me…”

“Lost a dear friend (Bob Timmons) and saw how many people’s lives he has touched. His time here was done and I feel good in knowing that’s the destiny for us all. He taught me a lot about recovery and I hope to pass that. My time is up… It’s the least we can do. Lead by sober example to those who still struggle…”

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