The official and verified Instagram account of Mötley Crüe released a new video today to celebrate the 40th year of the foundation of the band, and they also announced the remastered version of ‘Girls Girls Girls.’
As you may follow Crüe’s career, Los-Angeles-based heavy metal band was founded back in 1981 by drummer Tommy Lee, bassist Nikki Sixx, guitarist Mick Mars and vocalist, frontman of the band, Vince Neil. The band released ten studio albums so far including their fourth-ever studio album named ‘Girls Girls Girls.’
While celebrating their 40th year in the heavy metal scene, Crüe announced that the remastered version of the album will be released on Friday, June 11, 2021. The album is now available for pre-order on Apple Music and fans can pre-save the album on Spotify.
Here is what Crüe wrote in the caption:
“Girls, Girls, Girls was released this week in 1987, we’re celebrating all week here at MCHQ! Look out for giveaway details coming soon.
Taking you back to ’87 to celebrate 34 years of ‘GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS!'”
You can watch the teaser below.