Jeremy Brown, the lead guitarist of Scott Weiland’s new band, The Wildabouts, died a day before the band was set to release their debut album, ‘Blaster.’
Scott Weiland fans were less than impressed with the former Stone Temple Pilots frontman at a recent meet and greet in Boston.
Weiland’s take on the T-Rex song is the first official release from the band’s new 12-track album Blaster, due in stores March 31.
The Stone Temple Pilots are gearing up for an April tour.
“We had a lot of fun. When they find their front man to hit the road and play some dates, check them out,” he says of the band, who just put out a press release claiming Weiland was a member.
The album, which comes out March 31, is his first solo studio full-length since 2008’s “Happy” in Galoshes.
The guy who told police that he was the former Stone Temple Pilots’ frontman when we was arrested recently seems to have quite an obsession with all things Scott Weiland.
Scott Weiland has landed himself in hot water once again. Weiland is in custody for burglary and possession of a controlled substance.
The group will now officially be called Stone Temple Pilots With Chester Bennington. Their debut EP, High Rise, also now has a release date: October 5.
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“I’ve known Chester for a long time. I got to be pretty close with him on the  Family Values Tour,” Weiland said. “I don’t think Chester did it in a spiteful way.”