The Sons of Guns N’ Roses, Metallica & Stone Temple Pilots Made Their Own Band: Hear Their First Single

Robert Trujillo, Tye Trujillo
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Robert Trujillo of Metallica and son Tye Trujillo of The Helmets on Day 3 of BottleRock Napa Valley 2017 on May 28, 2017 in Napa, Calif.

London Hudson, Tye Trujillo and Noah Weiland know what it's like to have rockstar fathers. Now, they're ready to follow in their footsteps.

The three teenage sons of Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, and Stone Temple Pilots’ late frontman Scott Weiland, with their friend Niko Tsangaris, have formed their own alt-rock band called Suspect208. And you don't have to wait for their debut single because "Long Awaited" is already out.

Slash's 18-year-old son Hudson announced their debut on Instagram last week, promising, "We got more sh-- coming soon!" He was previously in a different band with Tsangaris called Classless Act, which opened for Slash at the Hollywood Palladium in 2019. Tye Trujillo previously toured with Korn in 2017 and performed with his father's old troupe Suicidal Tendencies last year.

Listen to Suspect208's debut single "Long Awaited" below.

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