Suspect208 (Sons of Slash, Scott Weiland & Robert Trujillo) Cause Chaos at the Viper Room in New ‘All Black’ Video


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Back in early November, Suspect208, a band featuring the sons of hard rock royalty (The drummer is London Hudson, son of guitar god Slash, the bassist is Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica‘s Robert Trujillo, and on vocals is Noah Weiland, son of late Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland, with Niko Tsangaris manning guitar duty) emerged with a debut single titled “Long Awaited”:

This week, Suspect208 shared another song, “All Black.” It’s a bit different in approach, but resonates with a buzzy pop-punk energy and catchy vocals from Noah Weiland. The music video for the song finds the band performing on stage at the Viper Room before a little bit of chaos breaks out:

Little is known about Suspect208 beyond the band members’ lineage and these two songs, but it’s definitely enough to pique rock fans’ interest until more activity comes down the pike, so to speak.

Blabbermouth quoted Trujillo as discussing his son’s talents in a chat with the Huffington Post:

Robert Trujillo told the Huffington Post that Tye is “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.’ He’s coming up with stuff on his own, but he’s also been influenced by players like Jaco Pastorius, but also Miles Davis or Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin. He’s like a sponge. He loves funk. He loves James Brown, he’s this little 12-year-old who’s soaking up and embracing all this different music and I can tell that it’s helping him creatively in what he’s writing with his band.”

Suspect208 certainly has the chops to build a strong career. Let’s see what they do next …


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