Addiction, Not Scott Weiland Killed Velvet Revolver

Addiction, Not Scott Weiland Killed Velvet Revolver was a top story in May/June. Here is the recap: (Rock Radio) Slash doesn't blame Scott Weiland for the controversies that led to the singer's departure from Velvet Revolver. In fact, the guitarist believes the whole band became victims to their chemical addictions only Weiland suffered worse than his colleagues.

The singer recently said he wishes Velvet Revolver well. Now, after the pair spent time together recently Slash tells Spinner.com: "I still love the guy and there's not any hard feelings.

"Velvet Revolver was intended to be a lot of fun and we started off having a great time, but I think we all had chemical issues as the thing wore on." He said. "Scott had his issues. Even Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum went down the same road. The only one who stayed sober was Dave Kushner." - more on this story

2010 is almost halfway gone. Join us this holiday weekend as we look back at the top stories from the first half of this year. This was a top story from May/June.

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