Psychosexual (Ex-Five Finger Death Punch) Release New Covers EP “Songs To Stalk You By”

Psychosexual, the band fronted by ex-Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer, have released a new covers EP titled “Songs To Stalk You By.“ The effort includes the group’s takes on KISS’ “Watchin’ You,” Stone Temple Pilots’ “Sex Type Thing,” Queensrÿche’s “Gonna Get Close To You,” Type O Negative’s “Love You To Death,” David Bowie’s “Love You Till Tuesday,” and The Police’s “Every Breath You Take.” Notably, ex-Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook guests on “Watchin’ You” and “Gonna Get Close To You.” Spencer commented:

“This is a fun little compilation of bands I love. There is definitely a tongue-in-cheek creepiness to the themes that tie the songs together, and that’s what made them so much fun to record. The fact that stalking and social distancing go hand-in-hand is just a happy coincidence.”

Johnny Depp & Joe Perry (Aerosmith) Join Stone Temple Pilots Onstage In Pasadena, CA

During Stone Temple Pilots’ March 8 show at The Rose in Pasadena, California, the band were joined onstage by Johnny Depp and Joe Perry (Aerosmith). Depp performed “Down” with the group, before Depp and Perry both joined them for  a cover of Aerosmith’s “Toys In The Attic” and for set closer “Sex Type Thing.”

Listen To Early Demo Version Of Stone Temple Pilots’ “Sex Type Thing”

A demo version of Stone Temple Pilots’s “Sex Type Thing” is now available to stream via Spotify. You can also find an unoffical stream below. This version of the song will come with the new 25th anniversary edition of “Core,” which will be released on September 29.

Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) Covers Stone Temple Pilots’ “Sex Type Thing” With Royal Machines

Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) joined Dave Navarro‘s jam band, Royal Machines, onstage during their December 7 show in West Hollywood, CA to perform some covers. Among those, was a cover of Stone Temple Pilot’s “Sex Type Thing,” which he played as a tribute to Scott Weiland, who passed away on December 3.