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

"There's a cool pix of me and Edward Dada (my partner) from NSixx by Dragonfly [in Rolling Stone magazine] this month. Some of the girls are wearing some of the new designs… Hot Topic is so pumped about the new styles that they went and ordered a whole new shitload… so check them out....

"...Scot Coogan (our drummer) is going out on the road with OTEP for a week of shows... so if ya get a chance check out the BRIDES drummer…

"Been doing lots of press on NSixx and BRIDES. Keep and eye peeled (that's the weirdest saying I've ever heard).

"I'll be doing a charity event at the Roxy in L.A. with some other name artist coming up in a few months. I'll let you know...Should be a blast..."


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