MÖTLEY CRÜE Promise Fiery New Year's Eve Show

Launch Radio Networks reports: MÖTLEY CRÜE is getting ready to launch its Carnival of Sins 2006 tour with a New Year's Eve show on Saturday (December 31st) in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Bassist Nikki Sixx told Launch that a rowdy time is guaranteed for all, and that the CRÜE plans to make its already wild show even crazier. "Yeah, we're adding pyro, and crazy. Yeah, if it was insane before, it's even more insane now," he said. "You can't do New Year's Eve without doing something crazier."

MÖTLEY CRÜE has 30 North American shows booked between now and early April.

The group plans to hit the studio on May 1 to start working on a new studio album with producer Bob Rock.

MÖTLEY CRÜE played to nearly a million fans in 2005, grossing $33 million in 81 shows.

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