Over half of Guns N’ Roses played in Velvet Revolver.
Slash has shut down any talk of a Velvet Revolver reunion, after vocalist Scott Weiland claimed in a number of interviews that he’s rejoining the group. Weiland told Rolling Stone recently that he thought it was “the perfect time for Velvet Revolver to get back together,” saying he was “completely open to it, and I
A strange series of events today in the rock world following reports that Velvet Revolver ex-vocalist, Scott Weiland, will be rejoining the group – though ex-bandmate Slash was quick to hit back telling Minneapolis/St. Paul radio station 93X: “We have no intention of going backwards”.
Slash has released a teaser of the first single, You’re a Lie off his second solo album, Apocalyptic Love. The ex-guitarist for Guns N Roses is releasing the album on his own record label, DikHayd International on May 22. The full single will be premiered on Merrick and the Highway Patrol on February 27, but fans can
Velvet Revolver played their first show in over four years on Friday night in Hollywood and you can watch some fan footage of the show (below). Scott Weiland, Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, and Dave Kushner reformed to play at a charity concert for Kushner’s longtime friend, John O’Brien. Velvet Revolver only played four songs
Velvet Revolver recorded an entire album with Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor that they will never release. In an interview with Lokaos.net (Below) drummer Matt Sorum speaks about their search for a replacement for singer Scott Weiland. He said he and other band members were keen to go ahead with Corey Taylor but Slash decided against
Scott Weiland, singer with Stone Temple Pilots and formerly of Velvet Revolver, has let it all pour forth in his new autobiography Not Dead & Not for Sale, including details of his being raped as a child, his drug addiction and his encounters with Courtney Love. Spin feature some choice cuts from the book, which