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Sixx: A.M.'s New Album Inspired By Global Crisis

05/10/2016
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Sixx: A.M.

(Classic Rock) Sixx: A.M. say that writing sessions for their latest album were inspired by the current global "crisis." The trio of Nikki Sixx, DJ Ashba and James Michael released Prayers For The Damned last month. And Michael says they couldn't ignore issues currently affecting the world while writing and recording the follow-up to 2014 Modern Vintage.

The frontman tells Star FM Berlin: "There's no denying that right now, globally, there's a sense of crisis. And I think that speaks to our first single off this record, Rise, which really addresses that.

"We're not a political band by any stretch of the imagination, but we are certainly a very socially conscious band. Things that matter to us on a personal level are happening on a global level.

"We found that during the writing and the recording, we were so inundated by things going on around the world that really require some attention. And I think it's safe to say that the world feels kind of wounded right now and is need of repair." Read more here.

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