Mötley Crüe have opened the doors to a virtual museum, which they’ve dubbed The Crüeseum. The online experience welcomes fans to view the band’s personal archives.
According to a press release, “This living, breathing, virtual museum, developed in partnership with Definitive Authentic / Inveniem, features memorabilia ranging from stage clothes, photographs, instruments, to mementos and many other gems – many of which have never been seen by the public.”
The Crüeseum is launching with three different collections: “Shout at the Devil,” featuring a celebration of the Crüe’s 1983 album of the same name; ”On with the Show,” detailing the band’s touring life; and “Home Sweet Home – Los Angeles,” a “dirty love letter” to their home city.
Fans can head over to the Crüeseum website to take in all of the above exhibitions, with more items from the band’s archive expected to be added over time. In addition, Mötley Crüe are reviving their ’80s fan club, S.I.N. Club, with details coming via the same link.
In other news, former Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars has scored a victory of sorts in his ongoing legal battle with the band. A judge ruled Tuesday (January 16th) that the Crüe will have to cover Mars’ legal bills in his efforts to secure documents from the band. The guitarist’s financial dispute with Mötley Crüe will now proceed with a private arbitration.
With new guitarist John 5 in tow, Mötley Crüe have scheduled a smattering of 2024 concerts, including a handful of festival gigs. Pick up tickets to their upcoming shows here.
Check out a promo video for The Crüeseum below.