VELVET REVOLVER, LINKIN PARK, AEROSMITH, SYSTEM OF A DOWN Members Pay Tribute To THE DOORS

VELVET REVOLVER's Scott Weiland, LINKIN PARK's Chester Bennington, Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton of AEROSMITH, and Daron Malakian of SYSTEM OF A DOWN are among the musicians who talk about THE DOORS' enduring influence on the current rock music scene in an essay, "The Doors in Their Own Words", to be released in the upcoming DOORS anthology, "Perception". "It's something that will always be timeless," Bennington says, according to AOL Music News. "If it came out today it would be amazing, just as amazing as it was when it came out then. Certain types of music and certain groups will go on forever."

"Perception", a six-CD, six-DVD box set featuring all of THE DOORS' original albums remastered, with additional audio tracks and an accompanying DVD in 5.1 Surround Sound, is scheduled for release on November 21.

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