by MythofRock

MÖTLEY CRÜE unveiled the official music video for their latest single, “Dogs Of War”, as part of their recent collaboration with Big Machine Records based in Nashville. Crafted by Nick DenBoer, the video showcases the band amidst an apocalyptic landscape, embracing their signature CRÜE antics amidst the chaos.

“It’s always great getting back in the studio with the guys in the band,” bassist Nikki Sixx says. “We know you’re gonna like this one”.

Bob Rock, who produced the new single, as well as MÖTLEY CRÜE’s famed 1989 album “Dr. Feelgood”, adds: “Working with the band on the new song was the easiest session I have ever had with them… The CRÜE is the best they have ever been! And they have plenty of new stuff in store.”

“We want to keep putting out new music, too, so we don’t get stagnant,” CRÜE singer Vince Neil told Billboard. “We recorded ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)’ by the BEASTIE BOYS and we recorded this song, too, and I thought it turned out pretty good.

“There’ll definitely be new music out next year, for sure,” Neil added, “’cause we recorded a couple of other songs, too. Maybe we’ll release one of those by the end of the year, but I can’t say. But we want to keep putting out new music — not, maybe, an album but a few songs here, a few songs there, and that’s good.”

Neil described “Dogs Of War” as “like old school meets new school. It’s got that old-school vibe about it, but it’s new music. Nikki came up with it and he sent me the music and I thought it was really cool. So I started singing it and we got in the studio and it turned into the song I think the fans are really gonna like it”

Following their collaboration on the 2014 project “Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Mötley Crüe”, which showcased CRÜE classics reinterpreted by country luminaries like RASCAL FLATTS, FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, and Darius Rucker, MÖTLEY CRÜE reunites with Big Machine Records under a new deal. Notably, Big Machine Records previously joined forces with MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist John 5 for the launch of his 2021 album “Sinner”.

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