The band Art of Anarchy, one of Scott Weiland‘s many musical projects, is offering their self-titled debut album for free in honor of the late singer. The album was originally released earlier this year.
“In memory of Scott Weiland, we would like to offer the Art of Anarchy record digitally for free to the world during this holiday season,” writes the band in a statement. “We hope everyone enjoys listening as much as we enjoyed creating it.”
Art of Anarchy featured Weiland on vocals, plus Disturbed bassist John Moyer and ex-Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal. While it seemed like another high-profile collaboration for the former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman, Weiland immediately distanced himself from the project after it was announced, saying that he was instead focused on his debut album with his new backing band, The Wildabouts.
Weiland died December 3 of an accidental drug overdose. He was 48.
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Source: Classic Rock News