In 2014, hard rock legends Motley Crue signed a contract which promised they would no longer perform live. This week, that contract was blown up….by Motley Crue themselves.
This means Motley Crue is officially back in business. Check out the video below:
Some believe the announcement is early due to The Black Crowes’ manager Mark Didia talking about it on The Howard Stern Show.
Def Leppard and Poison are said to join them on this tour, dates, and venues are yet to be announced. Following the success of the Netflix exclusive biopic The Dirt, this could be their biggest tour yet.
The band put out this statement:
“The contract is off the table because a whole new generation of Crüeheads are relentlessly demanding for the band to come back together.”
This follows the news of My Chemical Romance and Rage Against The Machine re-forming. Watch this space for news on Motley Crue’s future developments.