VELVET REVOLVER: New Video Interview With DUFF MCKAGAN Available

Holland's FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES bassist Duff McKagan. Duff spoke about his "Libertad" t-shirt, the "Libertad" coin, the lyrics and music on the new VELVET REVOLVER album, the start of VELVET REVOLVER, Scott Weiland, drugs, "Contraband", the first tour, playing with Scott and Slash, the comparisons with GUNS N' ROSES, his favorite GUNS N' ROSES song and album, the cover of "Psycho Killer" from THE TALKING HEADS, and more. Watch the interview at

VELVET REVOLVER will celebrate the release of the group's new album, "Libertad", by playing a special intimate club show at Whisky A Go Go on Thursday, July 5.

The behind-the-scenes, making-of-video for the new VELVET REVOLVER single "She Builds Quick Machines" has been posted online in the following formats: Windows, Real, Quicktime.

VELVET REVOLVER and ALICE IN CHAINS will team up for a North American tour beginning early August.


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