Motley Crue
2015 Australian Tour
Hard rockers Motley Crue have confirmed their plans to bring the band's last-ever world tour, aptly dubbed The Final Tour, to Australia in 2015. The band have also shared details of what will be their final performance together, and have released their final single, titled All Bad Things.

Posting on the official Motley Crue website, the LA band said “the 2015 leg of the Final Tour will see the band play Japan in February, then Australia/New Zealand in spring”. Presumably that is the American spring, which would mean Australian shows between March and June.

Motley Crue are then set to play 34 North American shows, marking 34 years of performing together, between July and September, all supported by Alice Cooper.

The band will also play Canada, Mexico and three European festivals. Motley Crue's final show is set to take place in their home city on 31st December. The New Year's Eve concert will take place in Los Angeles' Staples Center, and will close out The Final Tour, after which the band will legally break up.

The band last toured Australia in early 2013 alongside KISS and Thin Lizzy.

Motley Crue's final single, All Bad Things, was premiered on the tumblr page of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, as a precursor to the band's upcoming performance on the show this Thursday, 22nd January.

At the time of writing, the official video for All Bad Things been removed from YouTube on copyright grounds, but should return shortly. The song is available on iTunes.

Motley Crue are also giving away their greatest hits album for free this week. Available through Tuesday, 27th January, the album can be downloaded via the Google Play Store. The band are also currently putting together an ultimate collector's album package, with more details on the package still to be announced.

To view Motley Crue's currently announced 2015 tour dates, visit the Motley Crue website.