VELVET REVOLVER To Film 'Slither' Video In Early April

Plans are moving forward for VELVET REVOLVER to film a video for "Slither", the upcoming first single from the group's debut album, "Contraband", in early April. Director Kevin Kerslake is shooting interior and exterior scenes in Los Angeles and Europe (including catacombs footage in France), while the band will film their performance in early April after bassist Duff McKagan and guitarist Slash return from an overseas promotion tour for the album, due on May 18 through RCA Records.

VELVET REVOLVER singer Scott Weiland (ex-STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) is due back in court March 23 for another probation progress report hearing. He's also due back in court March 15 to face charges of driving under the influence of drugs.


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