Nikki Sixx dropped by Rolling Stone's offices recently to show off This is Gonna Hurt, his gritty new photography book talk about his new hard rock band Sixx A.M. Later, the Motley Crue bassist sat down for a video interview and discussed what it's like to look back on old Crüe songs, his initial resistance towards the upcoming Mötley Crüe/Poison/New York Dolls summer tour and the direction he hopes to take with the long-awaited film adaptation of the band's 2001 autobiography The Dirt.
Nikki Sixx Discusses Upcoming Mötley Crüe Film, 'The Dirt'
The bassist also talks about a summer tour with Poison and looking back at old material
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