After finishing their first full tour with Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington performing vocal duties at the end of 2013, Stone Temple Pilots have shifted their focus to recording new music. The Stone Temple Pilots bassist Robert DeLeo has revealed through his Twitter account that the band is entering the studio today to record their first full length with Chester Bennington. In addition, DeLeo discussed what the band does when Bennington is busy with Linkin Park in an interview with The Pulse Of Radio:
His main concern definitely is Linkin Park and, you know, when he’s busy with them, it offers Dean and Eric and myself some time to really get some new music together. And when he’s available, that’s when we work, man, and we make the best of that time.
Bennington joined Stone Temple Pilots in 2013 after the band fired their original singer Scott Weiland, and this upcoming full length will be their first release since 2013’s High Rise EP.
It’s been a great week for writing new songs here at HOMeFRY…. New STP starting Monday… Stay tuned… pic.twitter.com/Zovcc6T3cy
— Robert DeLeo (@STPRobertDeLeo) January 10, 2015
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