The Mötley Crüe drummer revealed the extent of his alcoholism last year prior to entering rehab.
Steel Panther are the first notable metal band to book drive-in concerts in the United States.
The metal guitarist reveals he will no longer record or perform under the Lynch Mob moniker.
The highly anticipated tour will now take place in summer 2021.
The 1984 hit has seen a resurgence thanks to its placement in a humorous ad for GEICO Insurance.
The summer trek would have marked Motley Crue’s first since seemingly agreeing not to tour ever again.
For the Love of Metal Live is out July 31st and features live recordings, concert footage, and interviews.
The glam-metal act takes over a couple’s new home.
Despite the concert industry on pause due to the pandemic, Motley Crue are still hoping to tour this summer.
Rather, the drummer re-posted a “Dear F*cking Lunatic” missive originally written by author Aldous J. Pennyfarthing.
The extensive trek, which had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, will now kick off in October.
Coverdale is undergoing surgery for a bilateral inguinal hernia.