"It takes time to put together music," bassist Nikki Sixx tells Billboard.com. "Right now we're just writing music. There's tons of material always there - there's riffs for days, ideas, choruses here, verses there. For us, it's how many songs have we written (and) how many do we love and what do we want to do with them? It's about finding the time to go home, be off the road, get everybody in a room and start riffing and see where it does."
The Crüe has nothing on the books yet to follow up the tour, and Sixx says a return to Las Vegas, where the band did a residency last February at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, is unlikely.
"Not at this time, no," he says. "It feels good to be the first band to go in and do it, and it also feels good that we won and such a large level. When we first started talking about it, a lot of people were like, 'This is a career killer. This is going to tarnish your image forever.' And we were like, 'Why? That doesn't make any sense.' It worked, and if anything it put the focus on the fact that we're not just any band. I think there's something unique about us i the fact we're always willing to take a chance. But there's no plan to do it again right now. Whether we do it or not again, I don't know."
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