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Besides fronting the forever-underrated Stone Temple Pilots, Scott Weiland used to be the lead singer of the half-decent modern rock supergroup Velvet Revolver along with Guns N' Roses members Slash,…   Read Story »
Stone Temple Pilots were better than Pearl Jam. Nobody was allowed to admit that in the '90s, when self-seriousness reigned and alternative rock was supposed to be Very Important Business -- or…   Read Story »
As time-tested album cycles are discarded and abandoned, so too is an artist's traditional publicity window. In 2013, the best way to stay in the public eye was not to do interviews, but to bicker,…   Read Story »
Stone Temple Pilots are suing Scott Weiland. The band filed a lawsuit again him on Friday, claiming to have lost millions of dollars on the Stone Temple Pilots 20th anniversary tour because Weiland…   Read Story »
I wasn't aware that the reunion of the '90s alt-rock radio fixtures Stone Temple Pilots hadn't already exploded into flaming wreckage, but today we learn that it absolutely, definitively has. The…   Read Story »
We've already heard "Live To Rise," Soundgarden's contribution to the Avengers soundtrack, which also happens to be that band's first new song in a decade and a half. But Soundgarden aren't the only…   Read Story »
Don't you love Christmas music? I'm Jewish so mostly it makes me feel like I'm in a mall. But don't you love malls? I've been trying to get my daughter to listen to The Nutcracker, and that's been…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland's apparently ill-considered tour for his just-as-ill-considered Christmas LP The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year marches on. A couple of weeks ago, we posted a grisly video from the…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland's Christmas tour started last night at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, and some brave soul caught a few minutes of Weiland butchering "Winter Wonderland" on tape. Visually, it's what…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland is still not done with this Christmas thing! Hot on the heels of his goofy-ass, questionably sincere holiday album The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year , Weiland has announced a quick…   Read Story »