Art Of Anarchy Supergroup Healthy For Scott Stapp Says Bumblefoot

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(Classic Rock) Art Of Anarchy guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal says the band provides a healthy environment for frontman Scott Stapp as he continues his fight to stay sober.

Stapp joined the band earlier this year, replacing the late Scott Weiland who appeared on the supergroup's self-titled 2015 debut album. And like former Stone Temple Pilots man Weiland, Creed vocalist Stapp has had well-documented struggles with substance abuse.

After a public meltdown which saw him claim he was the target of a US government conspiracy, Stapp is clean and sober and looks healthier than he has for years.

Bumblefoot insists the singer is "doing well" and that he'll find no temptation coming from his new bandmates - who include Disturbed bassist John Moyer and brothers Jon and Vince Votta.

Bumblefoot says: "The band, Art Of Anarchy, is drug free. Me and the Votta brothers have never even smoked a cigarette, none of us drink, have never done drugs, never smoked pot or anything like that. So that's good, because the last thing you need on the road if you're trying to stay clean is a bunch of people doing that around you.

"Scott is doing well. It's life. We can't be at our best all the time, it's not possible. It's great that he has a strong family and a lot of people that care and support and that were there to help him get out of that situation. Now he's better than ever." Read more here.

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