According to Blabbermouth.net, Eagle Rock has set a May 25 release date for "Let It Roll - Live In Germany", a new concert DVD from Velvet Revolver. The disc was filmed at the Palladium in Cologne, Germany in March 2008 for the legendary German TV series "Rockpalast". The concert was near the end of the tour for their second album "Libertad" and came just a few days before the band went on hiatus following the departure of singer Scott Weiland. The set draws heavily on the "Libertad" album but also features tracks from their debut album "Contraband" and covers of Stone Temple Pilots and Guns N' Roses tracks.
01. Let It Roll 02. She Mine 03. Do It For The Kids 04. Just Sixteen 05. Big Machine 06. American Man 07. Vasoline 08. The Last Fight 09. Interstate Love Song 10. Patience 11. She Builds Quick Machines 12. Get Out The Door 13. Fall To Pieces 14. It's So Easy 15. Set Me Free 16. Mr Brownstone 17. Sex Type Thing 18. Slither
Velvet Revolver reunited with Weiland for a one-off performance at the January 12 "Love You Madly: A Concert For John O'Brien" at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California. The band played a four-song set - including a cover version of the Pink Floyd classic "Wish You Were Here" - at the event, which paid tribute to award-winning ASCAP composer John O'Brien, who was found dead in his Chicago hotel room last August.
Weiland reunited with his original band, Stone Temple Pilots, just as his run with Velvet Revolver was coming to a close. STP has toured constantly since and recorded a new album in 2010.
Velvet Revolver has still not found a replacement vocalist and is more or less on hiatus, although it was revealed that the group recorded an album's worth of material with Stone Sour and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor.