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Rock Quick Hits: Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park, Panic at the Disco

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  • Stone Temple Pilots performed with new singer Jeff Gutt at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on November 14th and now pro-shot videos have emerged of two of the songs. In the first clip, the Pilots rip through “Still Remains” from 1994’s Purple album, while the second one features the first live performance of the band’s new single, “Meadow.” STP recently finished recording their seventh full-length album, which is due out in spring 2018. (Rolling Stone)

CHECK IT OUT: Watch pro-shot footage of STP performing with new singer Jeff Gutt

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  • Linkin Park won “Favorite Alternative Artist” at the American Music Awards on Sunday night (November 19th), with members Mike ShinodaBrad Delson and Rob Bourdon on hand to pick up the prize, which they dedicated to late singer Chester Bennington. But the band members apparently did not have the proper backstage passes and were actually asked to leave the show by security — after winning their award. (Rock Feed)

WATCH: Here are Linkin Park’s misadventures backstage at the AMAs

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  • Panic! At the Disco will release a new live album, titled All My Friends We’re Glorious, on December 15th. The 21-track LP documents the band’s tour behind its fifth LP, 2016’s Death Of A Bachelor. The record will be available as a limited-edition double-vinyl and digital download, with a pre-sale launching Tuesday (November 21st) at noon ET on the band’s website. The set includes material from throughout the group’s career, and also features several cover tunes, including Billy Joel‘s “Movin’ Out” and Queen‘s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” (Rolling Stone)