NEW SCOTT WEILAND SONG TO BE FEATURED ON THE AVENGERS SOUNDTRACK

A new solo song from Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland “Breath” will appear on The Avengers’ soundtrack, which also featured a new Soundgarden song “Live to Rise.”

Scott’s done a lot of soundtrack work over the years, back in the 90’s he did songs for Tank Girl, Great Expectations, and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.  A few years ago he did a song for the film Bug.

Stone Temple Pilots have only done one song for a soundtrack, “Big Empty” on The Crow soundtrack in 1994.  They almost had the lead single off of Spiderman, but lost out to Nickelback.  The song they had up for consideration was “All In The Suit That You Wear.”

  • http://f1grungette4eva.blogspot.com Miss Hannah

    In my opinion, the only ones worth it on this soundtrack are Soundgarden, Scott Weiland, Bush, and Five Finger Death Punch. My opinion.

  • Kevin’s Mom

    Not much of a soundtrack. Only Soundgarden, Scott and Kasabian worth listening to.

  • Stone Temple Pirate

    I like it A bunch of bands I like are on here so I’m probably going to buy it

  • RickDeckard

    Fuck Bush.

  • GrungeAttack

    Eh, not bad. I agree though. Only a handful of artists I really trust to deliver the goods.

  • Doug

    I never got the hate for Bush. Sure they’re a product of their time period, but they have great songs.

  • GrungeAttack

    Doug said:

    I never got the hate for Bush. Sure they’re a product of their time period, but they have great songs.

    Anybody named after W is a *#@*#*# and that’s that!

    Edit: Not a bad soundtrack for a comic book movie about people who stretch them self’s in to unusual places with weapons that explode.

  • 2012 MAYAN CALENDAR

    THE GRUNGE AVENGERS :) ARE HERE TO SAVE THE DAY FROM CRAPPY POP MUSIC IN THE YEAR 2012

  • paul

    papa roach is still around? BLECH.

  • Louderthanshit333

    Five Finger Death Punch is so bad. Ugh. At least Scotty and SG are on it.

  • GrungeAttack

    Yes –2012 MAYAN CALENDAR is right they are here to save mankind.

    Eh, not bad. I agree though. Only a handful of artists I really trust to deliver the goods. Well not really most are special in there own way. Feel me on this bro.