VELVET REVOLVER Bassist Says New Album Will Be 'Killer'
While Scott Weiland has said he wants to make a concept album for VELVET REVOLVER's second release, bassist Duff McKagan was hesitant to confirm it, according to MTV.com. "I think a lot's been said, but when it comes down to it we have to make the best record all of us collectively, and separately, ever made," he said. "Now we know who each other are and who we are as a band. The first record was really just us coming together and being straight in the studio, but now it's gonna be deeper and bigger and all that. Concept record? I don't know, but it's gonna be killer."
VELVET REVOLVER's debut CD, "Contraband", has sold 1.85 million copies in the United States since its June 2004 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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