Former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland has reportedly been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and burglary after being arrested for stealing razors from a drug store and found with meth.
While we were gone he put in some guitar leads and harmonies himself, which kind of makes him like a member of the band on this record. I mastered it at my studio here in Illinois after, probably three weeks altogether which is the longest weve ever spent on a record.
We’re devastated to announce that we must cancel our upcoming Australian tour due to circumstances beyond out control. We appreciate all the support we’ve had over the years in Australia and are looking forward to coming back as soon as our schedule permits. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase.
Last week’s episode of the AbsolutePunk Podcast featured an interview with Hopeless Records as we took a little mini-break from our regular conversations. This week we’re back with a jam-packed episode that covers a variety of topics: We look at what it’s like working in this industry and offer advice for those wanting to get into it, we discuss if album cycles lead to albums being overhyped and if bands basically get two albums before collapsing under the expectations. We also touch on musicians that genre-hop in order to prolong their careers, and we ask the question everyone seems to be wondering: Uh, what the fuck is going on with Transit? Is Tim still in the band? What’s going on over in that camp? Plus there’s a nice rant or two all about Pitchfork’s “Albums of the Decade” list. The episode can be streamed and/or downloaded below.
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