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After his former band mates sued him, the rocker files a multi-million dollar countersuit against them Friday.
After being booted out of the band back in February, the rocker suffers another blow from his former group mates.
The Stone Temple Pilots frontman says he's not sure how he can be 'terminated' from the band that he himself founded.
Although they haven't given reason for the short hiatus, the rockers have announced that they have rescheduled 12 U.S. tour dates and will return in mid October.
Less than two days after frontman Scott Weiland rambled on about his drug addiction and marriage breakdown, Stone Temple Pilots postponed Texas shows without reason.
While taking his dog for a walk on the park in New York, the singer was bitten by another person's dog on her limb.
'Not Dead and Not for Sale' will chronicle among others, his fallout with Velvet Revolver and his revival in Stone Temple Pilots.
The rocker reveals that he has joined the Christmas rush, saying 'It'll be very traditional - strings, upright bass, jazz horns, piano, and guitar.'
Scott Weiland was left embarrassed after he stumbled and fell off an elevated stage at Cincinnati's Riverbend Music Center while performing along with the band.
Guitarist Dean DeLeo opens up that the company bosses did not allow them to produce the record themselves, insisting big-name producer should take charge of the album.