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Scott Stapp debuts autobiographical video for “Purpose For Pain”

Posted by on April 12, 2019

Scott Stapp recently announced a brand new solo record called The Space Between the Shadows and now released the first official music video for “Purpose For Pain.” The video depicts a young Stapp brought up in a dysfunctional home and searching for an escape. Director Daniel E Catullo III filmed the video in Joshua Tree, California and […]

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Scott Stapp drops a new solo track “Purpose for Pain”; reveals new album

Posted by on March 22, 2019

Creed’s former frontman, Scott Stapp has had a rough couple of years dealing with drug abuse and bi-polar disorder. Thankfully, Stapp is now five years sober and is celebrating by releasing a solo album called The Space Between the Shadows which drops in July through Napalm Records. The record is said to revolve around Strapp’s previous six […]

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Scott Stapp sued for $1.2 million by Art of Anarchy

Posted by on February 20, 2018

Art of Anarchy hasn’t had an easy run as a band. The band, which features former Guns n’ Roses guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Disturbed bassist John Moyer and brothers Jon and Vince Votta, launched a few years back with Scott Weiland as their featured vocalist. Obviously, that didn’t work out, but even before Weiland’s death, […]

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Scott Stapp clarifies Scott Weiland’s ghost did not speak to him

Posted by on April 20, 2017

Last week, GQ published an article stating the Art of Anarchy/Creed frontman Scott Stapp was visited by the late Scott Weiland’s ghost. Alternative Nation noticed something off about this story, thinking it was more of an excuse to take shots at Stapp for outdated Creed jokes. The site recently interviewed Stapp and moved forward to 2017 […]

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Scott Stapp says he was visited by ghost of Scott Weiland

Posted by on April 11, 2017

Troubled rocker Scott Weiland died of an accidental overdose in December of 2015 while on tour with his band The Wildabouts. In addition to having fronted the Stone Temple Pilots, earlier in the year he’d recorded some tracks with Los Angeles’ Art of Anarchy, a band he’d already written off as a scam by the time he […]

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Video: Scott Stapp takes A Day to Remember “Higher”

Posted by on July 20, 2016

While it had been reported that A Day to Remember was joined by Scott Stapp onstage at the Alternative Press Music Awards on Monday to sing Creed’s 1999 hit “Higher,” we weren’t able to find video of it when we wrote our recap of alt rock’s biggest evening. However, Starset singer Dustin Bates was there […]

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It’s official: Creed singer Scott Stapp to front Art of Anarchy

Posted by on May 3, 2016

Something interesting and fun to do when it comes to rumors regarding the moves a band may be planning on doing, is speculating how likely they are to happen or trying to foretell what the outcome of said rumors would be. Yesterday, the rumors about former Creed frontman Scott Stapp’s involvement in a big project […]

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Stone Temple Pilots: No Scott Stapp in our band

Posted by on May 2, 2016

The rumor that former Creed singer Scott Stapp might be the new vocalist of Stone Temple Pilots spread like wildfire earlier today when he was interviewed by an Atlanta radio show and said he could neither confirm nor deny that he might be in the band. For their part, STP couldn’t confirm, but could definitely […]

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Is Scott Stapp joining Stone Temple Pilots?

Posted by on May 2, 2016

Stone Temple Pilots have been on auto-pilot (derp) since last year, when Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington left the band in November. And while they’re more in the public spotlight these days due to the sad death of former frontman Scott Weiland, they haven’t named a new vocalist yet. Given that they’re a legacy band with a catalog full […]

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Rock’N Derby adds Corrosion of Conformity, Avatar and more

Posted by on March 22, 2016

After last year’s Food Truck and Rock Festival came to Clark, NJ, a suburb about half an hour from New York, many thought that this might be an annual event. That apparently wasn’t meant to be, but another music festival by the same promoter, the Rock’N Derby. looks to be taking it’s place. Schaghticoke, NY isn’t […]

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