Guns N' Roses, Metallica and Stone Temple Pilots' Sons Suspect208 Return with Second Single "All Black"

The rock'n'roll youngsters have followed up their raucous debut with a new music video
Guns N' Roses, Metallica and Stone Temple Pilots' Sons Suspect208 Return with Second Single 'All Black'
Suspect208 have followed up their debut single "Long Awaited" with a second release titled "All Black," which arrives alongside their first-ever music video.

The band — formed by Slash's 18-year-old son London Hudson, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo's son Tye Trujillo, guitarist Niko Tsangaris and the late Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland's son, Noah Weiland — teamed up with Sunburst Films to direct their new music video.

The clip shows the rockers performing at Hollywood's Viper Room, smoking cigs, driving around and hitting on girls in true badass teenage fashion. 

The group of rock'n'roll youngsters have yet to announce official plans for a record, but hinted at the release of a forthcoming EP in a recent interview.

"We have an EP releasing relatively soon," Trujillo told Wall of Sound last month. "After that our plan is to continue on writing new material until we have a solid selection of songs."

Watch their new video for "All Black" below.