Machine Gun Kelly Reveals The Title Of His Pop-Punk Album With Travis Barker

Here's the title of Machine Gun Kelly's upcoming rock album.

Machine Gun Kelly Reveals The Title Of His Pop-Punk Album With Travis Barker
Amy Harris

Way back in December, rapper Machine Gun Kelly announced that he'd be releasing a rock album in 2020. He then seemed to follow through on this by performing blink-182's What's My Age Again? with blink's own Travis Barker, and soon after releasing a "pop-punk" track, Why Are You Here, right before Christmas. Now, Kelly has revealed the official title of his new album.

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple's Music Beats 1 radio, Kelly (real name Colson Baker) announced that his album will be called Tickets To My Downfall. He then tweeted this short clip of the interview:

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And shortly thereafter confirmed it with this tweet:

The title is definitely in keeping with the born-to-lose can't-stop-if-I-wanted-to attitude of Mötley Crüe, in whose recent reunion Machine Gun Kelly played a vital role. Kelly portrayed drummer Tommy Lee in the Netflix biopic The Dirt, and then later added guest vocals to the band's original new song for the soundtrack. He also narrated the YouTube video officially announcing their return to the stage.

Keep your eyes peeled for a release date for Tickets To My Downfall in the near future. In the meantime, catch Mötley Crüe at one of the following dates in the near future.

July 2020

07 - MIAMI, FL - Hard Rock Stadium
09 - ORLANDO, FL - Camping World Stadium
11 - CHARLOTTE, NC - Bank of America Stadium
14 - ARLINGTON, TX - Globe Life Field
15 - HOUSTON, TX - Minute Maid Park
19 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Oracle Park
23 - SAN DIEGO, CA - Petco Park
25 - PHOENIX, AZ - State Farm Stadium

August 2020

09 - ATLANTA, GA - SunTrust Park
11 - HERSHEY, PA - Hersheypark Stadium
13 - BUFFALO, NY - New Era Field
15 - PHILADELPHIA, PA - Citizens Bank Park
18 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Miller Park
20 - DETROIT, MI - Comerica Park
22 - WASHINGTON DC - Nationals Park
23 - FLUSHING, NY - Citi Field
25 - BOSTON, MA - Fenway Park*
28 - CHICAGO, IL - Wrigley Field
30 - DENVER, CO - Coors Field

September 2020

02 - SEATTLE, WA - T-Mobile Park
05 - LOS ANGELES, CA - SoFi Stadium

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