Music: Sons of Slash, Scott Weiland and Robert Trujillo Have Formed a Group


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Sons of Slash, Scott Weiland and Robert Trujillo have formed a Super Group!

The band is called Suspect208

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Scott's vocalist son Noah Weiland debuted his new band Suspect208, which also features Slash's son London Hudson on drums and Robert Trujillo's son Tye Trujillo on bass. Their debut song "Long Awaited' was described by Wall of Sound as being reminiscent of Purple-era Stone Temple Pilots.

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Who Are Suspect208 And Why Should You Be Frothing Their Debut Song ‘Long Awaited’

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WOLFGANG VAN HALEN's Debut Solo Single, 'Distance', Is Dedicated To His Father EDDIE VAN HALEN… We will have the new Song on Monday.

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Speaking Of Van Halen…

A low-quality recording of Van Halen playing a high school gym in 1975 surfaced yesterday. Here's a clip of them doing Johnny Winter's "Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo". (Eddie was 20-years-old at the time.)

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New Music Out Today!

"Power Up", AC/DC. Their comeback album is the first since Malcolm Young's death.

"Wilted", MJ's daughter Paris Jackson. This is her debut album.

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Lars Ulrich Says Metallica Models Themselves After Grateful Dead

Metallica and Grateful Dead have more in common than you might think. Lars Ulrich has revealed in a new interview with “CNBC” that the band models their “existence” after Grateful Dead, “living outside of the mainstream.”

Lars says Metallica has been trying to create their own “little bubble or eco system,” so they can be “financially independent.” That way, they can control all the different elements of being a band, and not have to “owe anybody any money” – including running their own record label.

“We sort of model our existence on the Grateful Dead, who considered themselves to be living outside of the mainstream… that’s been our dream,” Lars explains. “We like to think that in our bubble that we [have the power].”

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ONE MORE THING! Metallica won’t be hitting the road as soon as they thought.

The band has officially called off their South American tour, which had still been scheduled for December despite coronavirus. But now, Lars says it’ll be a year “at the earliest” before they play any more arena or stadium shows.

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Alice In Chains Getting 2020 MOPOP Founders Award

Alice In Chains are the recipients of this year’s Founders Award from the Museum of Pop Culture. Each year, the museum from the band’s hometown of Seattle celebrates an influential artist, and this year Alice In Chains is joining the likes of Nancy Wilson from Heart, The Doors, Jimmy Page, and Joe Walsh.

The virtual Founders Award benefit happens on December 1st at 8:30pm ET. Alice in chains will perform, and other bands will cover songs from their legendary career.

“It's just such an honor, and it’s really cool because first of all, it's a hometown kind of thing,” bassist Mike Inez says of the honor. “We've been hearing other bands and what songs they're picking to play, so we're really excited to hear it.”

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Billie Eilish released a new single yesterday called "Therefore I Am"

In the video, she's running through an empty mall and helping herself to food. The way she stuffs her face might be a response to the recent body shaming she's had to endure. 

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The Weeknd is doing the Super Bowl Halftime Show on February 7th in Tampa.

He says, "I'm humbled, honored and ecstatic to be the center of that infamous stage this year. We all grow up watching the world's biggest acts playing the Super Bowl and one can only dream of being in that position."

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