In 2005, he collaborated with the Norwegian singer Marion Raven on two songs, "Heads Will Roll" and "Surfing the Sun", for Raven's debut album, Here I Am. In 2006, he was one of the songwriters for Meat Loaf's long-awaited album, Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose.
A new version of "Heads Will Roll" appeared on Raven's 2006 EP Heads Will Roll and on her 2007 U. In September 2007, Sixx released a book titled The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star, a collection of his journal entries from 19 (when his heroin addiction was at its most dangerous).
In April 2009, both Sixx and Michael confirmed that the band were in the studio, recording new material. it feels like we may have topped ourselves on this album coming up, and can't wait for you to hear what it sounds like." "This Is Gonna Hurt", the band's second studio album, was released on May 3, 2011.
A third studio album, "Modern Vintage" was released in 2014.
"Goodnight and thank you all (for) the well wishes," he captioned a photo of a bed with a heart made of pink rose petals.
while in 2010, Premiere Radio Networks launched nationally syndicated Rock/alternative music radio programs "Sixx Sense" and "The Side Show Countdown" with both based in Dallas, Texas and hosted by Sixx and co-hosted by Jenn Marino.
Sixx had his gear planned out to a T as he shared preparation photos and updates via Twitter and Instagram.
"Just threw my wedding suit on topped with a ton of chrome hearts jewelry & custom leather chucks W/ an old Keith Richards scarf #I'm Ready," he tweeted.
After releasing the compilation album Decade of Decadence in 1991, Neil departed the group and was replaced by John Corabi formerly of The Scream.Written with British journalist Ian Gittins, it presents the present-day viewpoints of his bandmates, friends, ex-lovers, caretakers, business associates and family as they respond to specific passages.Along with Big & Rich (John Rich and Big Kenny Alphin), and James Otto, Sixx co-wrote "Ain't Gonna Stop" for Otto's 2008 Sunset Man CD on Warner Bros/Raybaw Records.In 1981, Sixx founded Mötley Crüe with drummer Tommy Lee.They were later joined by guitarist Mick Mars through an ad in the local newspaper, and singer Vince Neil, with whom Lee had attended high school.While living in Jerome, Idaho, he became a teenage vandal, breaking into neighbors' homes, shoplifting, and being expelled from school for selling drugs.