New Supergroup Art of Anarchy Don’t Cry in “‘Til the Dust is Gone” Video
Art of Anarchy, the new supergroup featuring guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns N’ Roses) and bassist John Moyer (Disturbed, ex-Union Underground) have released their debut single and video, “‘Til the Dust is Gone.” (Their album and the video both feature Scott Weiland on vocals, but he’s not an actual member of the band.) It an effective modern day power ballad, and I like it a lot (it’s definitely the best thing with which Moyer has ever been associated) — my only real beef with it as a song is that Bumblefoot’s solo is entirely acoustic, and as a consequence, never reaches those epic Richie Sambora heights you want it to.
And I like the video for the song, too! I mean, it’s not a good video. But it does owe a massive debt to Guns N’ Roses’ classic clip for “Don’t Cry,” and given how much Axl Rose already hates Scott Weiland and how pissed he must be that one of his guitarists has yet AGAIN opted to work with the former Stone Temple Pilots singer, it seems safe to assume that the video will make Mr. Rose livid. That’s something I can always get behind.
Watch “‘Til the Dust is Gone” below, and “Don’t Cry” below that (if you need a refresher or just a trip down memory lane). Art of Anarchy’s self-titled debut is out June 2.
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