Hear ‘The Retaliators Theme Song (21 Bullets)’ featuring Mötley Crüe, Asking Alexandria, Ice Nine Kills and From Ashes to New

In anticipation of the forthcoming cinematic release of Better Noise Films' horror-thriller "The Retaliators" on Sept. 14, 2022, Better Noise Music has released the movie's theme song across digital platforms, along with a music video featuring clips from the film. “The Retaliators Theme Song (21 Bullets),” co-written by Nikki Sixx and James Michael of Sixx:A.M., features... Continue Reading →

Mötley 101: Ranking the Crüe’s discography

By Greg Maki With “The Stadium Tour” finally underway, Mötley Crüe is officially back in action, playing its first shows since “The Final Tour”—supposedly sealed with a legal contract—wrapped on Dec. 31, 2015. Though known for spectacle and its band members’ outrageous lifestyles—immortalized in “The Dirt,” the book and movie—more than anything else, the Crüe... Continue Reading →

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Dirt’

Review by Greg Maki-----After years of development at various studios, Netflix finally has brought a film adaptation of Mötley Crüe’s 2001 autobiography, “The Dirt” (co-written by Neil Strauss), to the screen. And much like last year’s Queen biopic, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” it’s just sort of OK. Unlike that Oscar-winning film, “The Dirt,” directed by “Jackass” co-creator... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Mötley Crüe – ‘New Tattoo’ (2000)

Leading up to the March 22 release of "The Dirt" on Netflix, Live Metal is taking a look back at each of Mötley Crüe's studio albums.-----Review by Greg Maki-----At first listen, Mötley Crüe’s “New Tattoo,” its eighth studio album, feels like an underwhelming effort. You might find yourself wondering what Nikki Sixx was thinking when,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Mötley Crüe – ‘Generation Swine’ (1997)

Leading up to the March 22 release of "The Dirt" on Netflix, Live Metal is taking a look back at each of Mötley Crüe's studio albums.-----Review by Greg Maki-----Mötley Crüe had made an album with new frontman John Corabi—self-titled, released in 1994—that moved the band in a darker, less frivolous direction that fit a time... Continue Reading →

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