Motley Crue has released a large sample from the studio version of their new song 'All Bad Things' as part of a sizzle-reel preview video for their much-buzzed about Final Tour. The song represents Motley Crue's first new music since 2012's 'Sex.'

Produced by Nikki Sixx collaborator James Michael, 'All Bad Things' was announced by the band back in April, and has already made its way onto concert setlists.

The track features appropriately thoughtful lyrics, as Motley Crue continues toward their last concert dates: "This ain't farewell, it's goodbye; it's been a hell of a ride." Drummer Tommy Lee has said 'All Bad Things' is "definitely about this time right now with the band, and what the feeling is."

Sixx earlier confirmed that Motley Crue doesn't intend to release another full length album, preferring instead to issue stand-alone tracks like this one.

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