Motley Crue may have stopped touring, but it hasn't stopped releasing new product.
The group's next project will be 30th-anniversary editions of its fourth studio album "Girls, Girls, Girls," which it's announced via a 45-second clip on its official Facebook page.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS turns 30 today and we'll be celebrating all year long! Sign up at motley.com now and get notified first about all the surprises coming up this year and how you can celebrate with us. Special anniversary edition of GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS out August 25!
The set comes out August 25 and at the moment that's all that's known about it; No track list or packaging details have been revealed as of yet. The album, which featured the hit title track and "You're All I Need" as well as the popular anthem "Wild Side" -- was certified four-times platinum and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
Motley Crue is also working on the long-awaited film adaptation of its band biography "The Dirt," which is currently in pre-production. The Crue played its final show on New Year's Eve 2015 in Los Angeles, but frontman Vince Neil says the four members plan to continue to work together on other endeavors for the band: "We've never said we were breaking up; we just said we're not touring anymore. We're gonna be definitely making more music together for different projects and stuff. We're just not gonna tour anymore."
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.