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  • Tommy Lee Launches Signature Clothing Line with Global Brand Unit

    Edge and controversy is nothing new to international street-wear brand Unit, so when they teamed up with Tommy Lee of Motley Crue fame to collaborate on a signature line, it was a perfect match.

    "Tommy's swagger, unfiltered attitude and approach to his music fits perfectly with the art and action sports Unit is involved with," says Unit Founder and Creative Director Paul Everest.

    Developed by Tommy Lee alongside Unit's design team, the range includes a t-shirt, board short, jacket and denim.

    The artwork created for the range was based on Lee's concept "The Goddess Of Noise". 

    "I'm stoked to be working with a brand like Unit that encompasses the same ideology as my music," says Lee.  

    "The Unit team did a great job on the range and the fit and quality are right on.v"

    The Tommy Lee / Unit range will be available from January 15, 2013 in leading Australian and USA street-wear and action sports retailers (jacket and jeans available Feb 1).

    The range will also be available online at www.unitriders.com 

    High resolution images of Tommy Lee and the range are available upon request.  For more information contact or hi res images of the range: Nicole Madigan Stella Communications E: nicole@stellacomms.com P: +61 [0]421 702 922


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  • NIKKI SIXX's 'The Heroin Diaries' To Be Turned Into Broadway Play

    MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx's memoir, "The Heroin Diaries: A Year In The Life Of A Shattered Rock Star", is being turned into a Broadway play. Sixx writes on his Facebook page, "We’re getting pretty far down the road. We hope for a late 2013 or early 2014 for it to open."

    "The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star", which was supposedly taken from actual journals Sixx kept in the late '80s while in the grip of a near-fatal heroin addiction, was originally released September 18, 2007 via MTV Pocketbooks/Simon & Schuster and debuted at #7 on the New York Times Book Review non-fiction best-seller list.

    Twenty-five percent of the book's profits were reportedly donated to Running Wild In The NightSixx's fundraising initiative for Covenant House California, which helps keep runaway, abused and abandoned youth off the streets.

    The 400-plus page book, written in part with journalist Ian Gittins, was previously described as "a brutally honest look at Sixx's hellish year, one which saw him overdose and be declared clinically dead at one point while MÖTLEY CRÜE toured behind its 'Girls, Girls, Girls' album."

    In a March 2010 interview with Brazil's Dynamite magazine, Sixx's former MÖTLEY CRUE bandmate, singer John Corabi, questioned the authenticity of "The Heroin Diaries", saying, "I love Nikki to death, and this is just my opinion... Everybody that I know that's done heroin, they do heroin and they're out. And I find it very hard to believe that somebody can do heroin and then have the foresight to write everything down. Everybody that read the book said it was great, though; it was a great book. It's great reading, it's a great book... More power to him, you know."

    In February 2008, former MÖTLEY CRÜE producer Tom Werman slammed "Heroin Diaries" as "totally deluded" and "stunningly inaccurate."

    In a letter to the New York Times, Werman took issue with Sixx's assertion that the producer chatted on the phone during the recording of "Theatre of Pain", "Shout at the Devil" and "Girls Girls Girls" while Sixx did all the work.

    "If this distortion of reality is the result of Sixx's past heroin habit, then his diary is truly nothing more than a pipe dream, and the events to which this book refers may simply be the needle-induced fantasies of an attention-starved junkie," Werman wrote.

    In a February 2005 interview, HANOI ROCKS guitarist Andy McCoy dismissed as "pure lies" MÖTLEY CRÜE's account of HANOI drummer Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley's death and Nikki's heroin overdose, as published in CRÜE's best-selling band autobiography, "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band". Read more »