has denied reports he's set to join supergroup Velvet Revolver
. The singer fueled speculation he'll be Scott Weiland's
replacement in the band after he joined Slash
and his mates in the studio.
But Kravitz won't be fronting Velvet Revolver any time soon. He tells RollingStone.com, "I know and love the Velvet Revolver guys but there is no truth to the story about me joining their band."
Kravitz isn't the only singer linked to the band - former Skid Row
star Sebastian Bach
and Spacehog's Royston Langdon
have also been named as possible Weiland replacements.
Weiland was kicked out of the band in April after fighting with his bandmates.
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