After a 12-show residency there last year, Mötley Crüe announced Tuesday that it would return to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for another dozen concerts this fall.
Call it the same ol' situation, as one of the band's big hits goes.
The long-running L.A.-based hair-metal group is promising "an all-new production," according to a statement, with "plenty of surprise elements for fans and a set list full of hits."
The residency is set to begin Sept. 18 at the Hard Rock's 4,000-capacity Joint and wrap Oct. 6. Tickets go on sale Friday.
"We are proud to have pioneered the Las Vegas rock residency last year and can't wait to come back this year to take it over the top with a brand new show that will be unlike anything you've ever seen Mötley Crüe do before," bassist Nikki Sixx said in the release.
Prior to the band's 2012 engagement, guitarist Mick Mars told The Times that setting up shop in Las Vegas -- a city, he said, once associated with "
But, he added, "I don't think it's gonna be a career killer for us."