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Stone Temple Pilots Ready To Evolve With Next Singer (Top Story)


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On Tuesday Stone Temple Pilots Ready To Evolve With Next Singer was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo says the band will be ready to get to work on new material almost immediately once they appoint a new singer. They posted a video at the weekend inviting applications from vocalists who feel they have what it takes to replace Chester Bennington, who stepped down last year.

And DeLeo says he, brother Robert and drummer Eric Kretz are itching to get to work as soon as possible. He tells Rolling Stone: "Robert, Eric and I have a lot of material kicking around. We really want to be able to make new music and forge on, move forward, evolve."

Candidates can download instrumental versions of STP tracks including Interstate Love Song, Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart and Vasoline, record themselves singing along and then upload them to the band's website, where STP will be able to hear them.

DeLeo adds: "A great singer will carry an average band. A great band won't carry an average singer. So what we're looking for is a pretty tall order." Read more - here.

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