A good rock beef will definitely generate headlines, but the recent back-and-forth between Stryper's Michael Sweet and Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx may not go any further. Sweet has offered a response after Sixx offered a sharp take on Sweet's criticism of Motley Crue's past aut…
Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx has been involved in various wars of words lately, including battles with Godsmack and Sebastian Bach. Now, Sixx has completed a verbal hat trick, firing back at Stryper's Michael Sweet after the Christian rock frontman questioned the validity of Nikki Sixx's …
While it has been said that time heals all wounds, nobody ever specified how much time. And it appears as though a few years have not cooled the tensions between Motley Crue / Sixx: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx and Godsmack frontman Sully Erna.
It's been a back-and-forth over the past week as Sebastian Bach claimed that he was asked to join Motley Crue in the '90s only to have Nikki Sixx publicly denounce those claims as something that never happened.
The he-said / he-said between Sebastian Bach and Nikki Sixx continues thanks to the powers of social media. With Sixx recently denying Bach's claim that he was asked to join Motley Crue back in the '90s, the always candid Bach took to Facebook to give his side of the story.
Earlier this week, Sebastian Bach responded to a question on Twitter, saying he was once asked to join Motley Crue. He said that back in the '90s when the band split with singer Vince Neil, he was spoken to about joining. Now, Nikki Sixx says it didn't happen.
Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx is speaking up about the record buying process and his dissatisfaction with the current way in which most people get their music. The bassist, as with many of his posts, stated his argument, but left the topic open for discussion amongst his online followers.