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New Crue Tune Coming, Register Today, Track Listing Reveals Collaborators, Case Settled and Book Out in October

New Crue tune coming


It’s very likely Motley Crue will feature a new song when they take to the road this summer. Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars were hanging out at Guitar World magazine and they discussed their plans for a new track. Mars revealed the title of the tune as “All Bad Things Must Come to an End” and said the tune is about half finished … they’re just waiting on Vince Neil to drop some vocals and for Mars to lay the guitar solo down. As for a new full-length album, there’s still nothing official. Sixx says they’ve got their options open. As for the “final tour,” Sixx and Mars say they hope it encapsulates their legacy.


Register today


Time is ticking for you to register for a chance at joining QLZ’s bus trip to see Motley Crue’s last tour down in St. Louis. If you’ve never been on a QLZ bus to a concert, you’re missing out! Get to Disc Replay on Veterans and Happy Daze Gift Shot on N. Grand Avenue East to register today! They’re only taking registrations until Thursday. We’ll draw winners Friday! You gotta be 21 or accompanied by someone who is 21. Hope to see your ass on that bus!


Click link for details on registering to win a trip on the QLZ bus to Motley Crue!


Track listing reveals collaborators


Linkin Park have released the track listing for their forthcoming album The Hunting Party. With the track listing comes a list of people the band worked with like Helmet’s Page Hamilton, Rakim, Daron Malakian from System of a Down and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello. The Hunting Party drops in June.


Case settled


There seems to be some resolve in the Queensryche dispute. At issue was who had the rights to the band’s name. Some of the original members were battling with singer Geoff Tate about who could use the name. Now it’s being reported that original members Eddi Jackson, Scott Rockenfield and Michael Wilton will get the rights. Meanwhile, Tate will have rights to perform from albums Operation: Mindcrime and Operation: Mindcrime 2. The suit’s been going on for a few years.


Book out in October


And Anthrax’s Scott Ian will tell all in a book about his life. I’m the Man will cover his dysfunctional child hood, and how heavy metal saved his ass. Expect to pick that up in October.


Catch the Music Minute every weekday with the Free Beer and Hot Wings Show on Springfield’s Real Rock 92.7 QLZ

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