NIKKI SIXX Writing New Music Inspired By 'Heroin Diaries' Autobiography

MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message to the "Diary" section of CRÜE's official web site:

"I've been locked in my home studio writing music for 'The Heroin Diaries'. I've also been hard at work buttoning up the book [autobiography] (of the same name). All this stuff will come out next year. Very exciting project for me. I've turned my back on Pro Tools and have dived head-on into logic pro 7. A must tool for songwriting. The new CRÜE songs turned out fuckin killer. Not sure where they will turn up, but like any good splinter, I'm sure they will work themselves out and break through to the surface sometime. Who knows, not me.

"Mick [Mars, MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist] is doing great and sends his love."

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