VELVET REVOLVER Singer Eager To Release New Album

Launch Radio Networks reports: VELVET REVOLVER will kick off their spring North American tour, dubbed the Electric Wonderland Show, in late March. But if it was up to singer Scott Weiland, the band would probably be in the studio working on their second album instead — if only to have some new songs to play live. "We have one album worth of original material that we play, and to keep things fresh, we are constantly learning other people's material — covers of classic songs that we really admire, influences to us," he said. "But at some point, that's gonna get old. It's actually starting to get old. So we're really starting to get eager to put out a new record."

VELVET REVOLVER's tour begins on March 22 in Montreal, Canada, with dates scheduled through May 25 in Miami, Florida.

HOOBASTANK will serve as the opening act on the trek's West Coast leg. A warm-up band for the tour's East Coast shows has not been announced yet.

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