Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx has stacked acclaim on the band's new visiting guitarist John 5.

source:Matt Wilson

Following a long time of hypothesis, Mötley Crüe this week reported Mick Mars was resigning from live performing because of his continuous fight with Ankylosing Spondylitis

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A couple of days after the fact, they put out an announcement affirming he'll be supplanted by Ransack Zombie guitarist John 5.

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Responding to fans' inquiries on Twitter, Sixx commended John 5's abilities and his disposition.

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He says: "He actually takes a look at every one of the cases. He's a crazy player. Has regard for our music, is entertaining as fuck and has history with us and we've thought of a few quite successes together."

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The guitarist co-composed three melodies on the soundtrack for Crüe film The Soil. Sixx and John 5 additionally cooperate in supergroup L.A. Rodents.

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In light of another Twitter question, Sixx says of Mick Mars: "He's been a warrior alongside us for quite some time.

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At the point when he was declared as Crüe's new street guitarist this week, John 5 says: "I'm respected to carry on Mick's inheritance and am anticipating playing these tunes."

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Crüe's assertion peruses: "While change is rarely simple, we acknowledge Mick's choice to resign from the band because of the difficulties with his wellbeing

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