Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland, who was introduced to The Actual through his sound engineer, signed the band as one of the first acts on his new indie label, Softdrive Records. “We’re based in L.A. and I think a lot of bands come here expecting someone to take them under their wing and piggyback for you,” lead singer/guitarist Max Bernstein tells the Carroll County Times. “We never expected that. But this has been amazing, just having this guy who we all respect say that he loves the band and will stick his neck out for you.” Now, The Actual are hitting the road with Velvet Revolver, with a stint on the Warped Tour later this year.
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