The spoken journal entry-esque “X-Mas in Hell” greeted fans as Sixx: A.M. began an April 11 appearance at Los Angeles' Club Nokia with the lights down and the stage empty.
"We can't wait to play these songs live and put on a rock extravaganza for our fans."
When Sixx:A.M. hit the road for their upcoming world tour, we're sure all the really important stuff will go smoothly -- but if it doesn't, at least guitarist DJ Ashba and singer James Michael will have some experience with what to do when things go catastrophically wrong onstage.
With just a few days to go before Sixx:A.M.'s new 'Modern Vintage' LP arrives in stores, the band has opened up the YouTube floodgates, making the complete album available to stream.
Sixx:A.M. will end a five-year live performance drought on Oct. 7 -- the same day they release their new 'Modern Vintage' album.
Singer James Michael says the band is preparing to tour once Nikki Sixx is done with Motley Crue's last tour.
It's been a couple of weeks since Sixx:A.M. posted a sneak peek at their upcoming 'Modern Vintage' album, but don't worry, fans -- they aren't finished offering up samples of the new record.
Nikki Sixx spent the morning working in a New Jersey record store giving away a limited-edition single to fans who pre-ordered Sixx: AM's new album.
The slow roll-out of songs from Sixx:A.M.'s upcoming 'Modern Vintage' LP continues with a sneak preview of the album track 'Drive.'
Here's a complete listen to the complex, anthemic 'Stars,' the latest advance track off Sixx: A.M.'s forthcoming album 'Modern Vintage.'