You’d think that, with the end in sight, Motley Crue would be looking to wiggle their way out of some of the dates on their last-ever tour. Instead, they have added another show.

But don’t worry. Their last-ever concert will still see them going out with a bang on New Year’s Eve at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It’s just that they’ve added a second show in L.A., to be held the night before, on Dec. 30, according to Antimusic.

“We wanted to go out as the same four guys who went in, with the same spirit,” Nikki Sixx said. “We talked about this: ‘How can we have a blast doing it?’ It’s been great. It’s been fantastic.”

Earlier this week, the Crue announced 33 arena dates for this summer to make up the last leg of the ‘Final Tour’ that they began last year. The news was accompanied by the release of a new song, ‘All Bad Things.’ It can be purchased as a single, or fans can wait until it appears on what they’ve called the “ultimate collector’s album package” later this year.

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