Justin Moore's next single won't be from his 2013 'Off the Beaten Path' record. Instead, he's going to release a cover of a classic Motley Crue song.

The singer tells host Sam Alex of Taste of Country Nights that his next single will be his version of 'Home Sweet Home,' which he recorded as part of the upcoming tribute album, 'Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue.' Moore, who walked the red carpet at the 2014 CMT Awards with Crue lead singer Vince Neil, is also rumored to have filmed a video with the iconic rocker.

While the Arkansas native is thrilled to be on the project, he admits that 'Home Sweet Home' wasn't his first choice. He originally wanted to record 'Don't Go Away Mad,' but that song went to the Eli Young Band.

The reigning ACM New Artist of the Year is part of an all-star cast who contributed songs for the album, including Rascal Flatts, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert and Gretchen Wilson. The release date for the record has been pushed back to Aug. 19.

See the complete track listing here.

Moore will spend much of the summer on the road, including shows in Tennessee and Minnesota this week. See all of his upcoming shows here.