The rock band have decided to delay the release of their new LP in order to put one extra track on it.
Rock band Motley Crue have announced that they will push back the release date of their new LP "Saint of Los Angeles" from June 17 to June 24. The band have a strong reason to delay their album's release, which is to add one new track titled "Goin' Out Swingin'" on the upcoming set.
Crue's bassist, Nikki Sixx, confirmed the news to the press saying, "We pushed back the release one week so that we could get it onto the album -- it now has 13 tracks." He also added, "It's the ultimate song to end the record with and begin the new chapter of our career."
About the new album, it will be the legendary rockers first full length record after 10 years of absence. Meanwhile, the new single which has the same title of the album, was aired through radio stations on April 15. It then got a further promotion after being released through Rock Band music video game, which is available in both XBox and Playstation.
Beside preparing the new album's release, the band will hold an annual tour festival called Crue Fest. On the tour the band will also bring other bands to join them, which are Buckcherry, Sixx: A.M., Papa Roach and Trapt. The fest is set to kick off on July 1 in West Palm Beach, Fla and end August 31 in Pittsburgh.