MÖTLEY CRÜE Singer Says The Band Will Release New Studio Album

April 21, 2005

MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil has told the Journal Star that the band will definitely release new music in the not-too-distant future.

"We are going to put out another studio album," Neil said. "Then we'll take a little time off, and then we'll probably tour in support of that album."

Neil suggests CRÜE might keep going out of a sense of duty to rock 'n' roll. He can't find anything good on the radio anymore.

"I don't listen to anything (recorded) today," he said. "There's nothing today that inspires me. There's no true rock 'n' roll bands anymore. There's all pre-fab boy bands and girl bands."

As previously reported, MÖTLEY CRÜE will be filming their April 27 concert at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, MI for an upcoming DVD, to be distributed on TV as well as DVD this fall. Clear Channel Entertainment, who are promoting the concert, will produce and distribute the TV show and the DVD on their home video label, Clear Channel Entertainment Home Video, from Clear Channel Entertainment TV. Acclaimed award-winning director Hamish Hamilton, who has previously shot concerts by U2, MADONNA and PETER GABRIEL, will be helming the shoot.

The DVD will be released on the Clear Channel Entertainment Home Video label, and distributed domestically by Ventura Home Video.

The band's Hip-O/Island/UME "Red White & Crüe" album, featuring three brand-new songs, debuted at #5 on The Billboard 200, and was recently certified platinum.

(Thanks: Chris Newbrough)

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