Slash recently stopped by the Howard Stern Show to promote his new album and ended up discussing Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland's "uncontrollable diva" behavior. The iconic guitarist also shared his love for Nirvana and offered his thoughts on the grunge era that gave birth to Weiland's career.
Slash has further refuted Scott Weiland's claims that the singer is returning to the Velvet Revolver fold to record a new album and to embark on a tour. He essentially said that while he loves Weiland, he doesn't want to be in a band with him ever again. That sounds pretty definitive!
Velvet Revolver have gone through a proverbial spinning of the cylinder as former vocalist Scott Weiland and current guitarist Slash have been sending completely opposite messages to fans. Just as Weiland insisted that he was once again a member of the band, the claims were swatted down by Slash.
Scott Weiland has been one of the most unpredictable frontmen in rock for the past two decades. In a new interview, he not only reveals that he hopes to release a new Stone Temple Pilots album, he also admits he would like to rejoin Velvet Revolver at some point down the road. It’s official, hell has frozen over.
Ever had a burning question for former Guns N’ Roses and current Velvet Revolver bassist Duff McKagan or Alice in Chains drummer Sean Kinney? Well today may just be your lucky day! The two Seattle based rockers have joined forces to kick off a new radio show.
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