Suspect208 dropped their debut single, Long Awaited, on Friday (13Nov20).
London Hudson, Slash's 18-year-old son, announced the group on Instagram by posting a picture of himself, Tye Trujillo, and Noah Weiland along with guitarist Niko Tsangaris.
"Me and the boys from @suspect208 released our first single 'Long Awaited,' " he wrote. "Out everywhere now! Link in bio, check it out, we got more s**t coming soon!"
London Hudson also has another band, playing in Classless Act along with Niko Tsangaris. They opened for London's famous dad on a 2018 tour.
London explained in an interview why he chose drums instead of picking up guitar like his father. "I don't want to live in his shadow, when I started playing in the band. That's the main reason I don't play guitar or stringed instruments," so he said.
In a 2016 interview, Robert Trujillo said he never forced Tye to follow in his footsteps. "I always felt that if he wanted to embrace an instrument, great; I'd try to help him with it." In another interview, he gushed about his son being "an amazing bass player and a really great writer. The bass lines that he's writing and the riffs, I'm like, 'Man, I wish I had written that.' "