Stone Temple Pilots
The Stone Temple Pilots are gearing up for an April tour.
“We had a lot of fun. When they find their front man to hit the road and play some dates, check them out,” he says of the band, who just put out a press release claiming Weiland was a member.
The album, which comes out March 31, is his first solo studio full-length since 2008’s “Happy” in Galoshes.
The guy who told police that he was the former Stone Temple Pilots’ frontman when we was arrested recently seems to have quite an obsession with all things Scott Weiland.
Weiland wants fans to know reports of him being in jail are false and wants TMZ to know they’ll be hearing from his lawyers.
Chester Bennington, along with drummer Eric Kretz and brothers Dean and Robert DeLeo played a few songs off their recently released five-song EP, ‘High Rise,’ and talked about how they came together.
The group will now officially be called Stone Temple Pilots With Chester Bennington. Their debut EP, High Rise, also now has a release date: October 5.
Scott Weiland On His Stone Temple Pilots Replacement: ‘I Don’t Think Chester [Bennington] Did It In A Spiteful Way’
“I’ve known Chester for a long time. I got to be pretty close with him on the  Family Values Tour,” Weiland said. “I don’t think Chester did it in a spiteful way.”
Stone Temple Pilots announced today they’ll be hitting the road with Chester Bennington in September supported by fellow rockers Filter.
How hard is it exactly for a popular band to maintain the love with a new singer?
On the ongoing saga of band vs man, Scott Weiland is set on taking Stone Temple Pilots to court to settle their beef once and for all.
Scott Weiland, the recently deposed ex-lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots went on an expletive-packed rant about being unceremoniously ousted from the multi-platinum rock act.
After learning that he’d been replaced by Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, Stone Temple Pilots fired frontman posted a letter to fans saying it’s not STP without him.
The shocking announcement comes just days after Stone Temple Pilots played a surprise set at this year’s KROQ Weenie Roast with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park on lead vocals.
From the clutch of emerging bands that performed early in the day through the marquee headliners, the songs of summer 2013 galvanized the diehard crowd of Southern Californian music fans.
The concert put together two huge names for an unexpected performance: Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington.