SIXX:A.M. EXCLUSIVELY REVEALS DETAILS ON NEW SINGLE WITH REVOLVER MAGAZINE
BAND LAUNCHES FAN DEMAND CAMPAIGN
CLICK HERE TO WATCH A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM THE BAND ON REVOLVER!
SIXX:A.M., comprised of bassist Nikki Sixx, guitarist Dj Ashba, and vocalist/producer James Michael, have announced the March 1 arrival of new single, “Rise,” from a forthcoming first volume of a double album, coming in 2016, with Revolver Magazine today. The band has revealed that they will be bringing the heat all Spring long for a haul across the US and will make their way through Europe in June. Continuing to keep fans on the edge of their seat, the band hints the there may be more exciting news coming down the pipeline with the launch of a demand campaign video message, urging fans to request the band perform in their city! Check out the personal video message exclusively from James Michael HERE, on Revolver Magazine, and be sure to demand that the SIXX:A.M. crusade brings their newest batch of hard rock to a venue near you – make your voice heard!
2016 will bring the band across the US with SIXX:A.M., making them a staple at major rock festivals including Fort Rock Festival, Rockfest, Rock On The Range, and more. Order tickets to festival dates here!See tour dates below and more info at the newly re-launched website, www.sixxammusic.com, and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for more SIXX:A.M. announcements.
The upcoming single, “Rise,” is a true testament to SIXX:A.M.’s powerful call-to-arms mission of uniting the masses, calling them to stand up for their beliefs.
Of the single’s message, Sixx offered, “We are not a political band but we are extremely reflective. During the making of this album, we were under the same media siege as the rest of the world, so ‘Rise’ came out of that and hopefully reminds people that we all have a voice.”
Expanding, Michael proposed, “Throughout history, some of the most dramatic changes have occurred when people reject the status quo and demand change. ‘Rise’ is about how we find ourselves at a global tipping point and how it is our duty as citizens of this world to come together, communicate with one another and rise up to demand more of ourselves and our leaders.”
Echoing Sixx and Michael, Ashba continues, “’Rise’ to me, is a message of empowerment. It will take on a personal meaning to everyone who hears it, but the message is the same. Whether it’s an individual trying to overcome their own struggles, or a nation as a whole, we can all rise above the negativity, if we stand up for what we believe in.”
About Eleven Seven Music Group: Eleven Seven Music Group is one of the world's leading independent music companies. Founded in 2006 by Tenth Street Entertainment CEO Allen Kovac, the company is the global home for artists including Mötley Crüe, Papa Roach, Nothing More, Escape The Fate, Sixx:A.M., and HELLYEAH as well as Five Finger Death Punch outside of the U.S. In 2014, the company vaulted five artists to the Mediabase Active Rock year-end radio chart and multiple acts to the Billboard year-end charts including Mainstream Rock Songs, Hard Rock Albums, and Rock Airplay Songs. Among its many accolades, Eleven Seven Music received the title of Billboard’s “Rock Label of the Year” in 2010, was named FMQB’s “Rock Label of the Year” in 2008, enjoyed RIAA double platinum success with Buckcherry’s 15 in 2006, and achieved a Top 5 debut for Mötley Crüe’s Saints of Los Angeles. With a staff of dedicated and devoted trailblazers, the label supports its roster with a range of integrated services including marketing, promotion, publicity, sales, digital, licensing, and touring. Eleven Seven Music Group distributes two sub-labels—the alternative and indie-leaning Five Seven [Dirty Heads, Dark Waves, Nico Vega] and emerging hard rock-centric Better Noise Records [Deuce, From Ashes To New, Diamante, and As Lions]. Based in New York City, Los Angeles, and London, the labels are distributed through RED/Sony in the U.S., ADA/Warner in Europe, Sony in Canada, Australia, Southeast Asia, and South America, and Universal in Japan.