Wednesday, May 21, 2008

In the Name of the Rose

When Scott Weiland was with VELVET REVOLVER, he definitely threw some shots at Axl Rose. Mainly concerning a dust-up over an alleged impromptu meeting between Axl and Slash.

But now that he's out of the VR (and back with STP), looks like he's got a change of heart concerning who was at fault with the bust-up of the original Guns N' Roses.

"...having been in a band with Velvet Revolver now for five and a half years, I'm not quite so sure that it was all Axl's fault."

Yeah, all this He-Said-He-Said shit gets a bit tiresome, but it's still fascinating. I'm all for the rehab of Axl's image in the media, which I think would be helped immensely by the actual release of the epically-delayed "Chinese Democracy" sometime this year.

What? It could happen!