Art of Anarchy, the new Bumblefoot project with Scott Weiland

Art of anarchy

Scott Weiland, the former Stone Temple Pilots singer, better known for his scandals under the stage than for his professional career, will be the lead singer of a new group named Art of anarchy, and that in its formation will include Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal, guitarist of Guns N 'Roses, and bassist John Moyer of the group Disturbed. The group is joined by two unknown musicians, twin brothers Votta, Jon on guitar and Vince on drums.

Bumblefoot gave the announcement of the new group through a preview video posted on YouTube and anticipating that the first studio album will be released in the spring of this year. In parallel to this project, Weiland will launch his solo album, Blaster, at the end of March, a work in which he is accompanied by the Wildabouts, and during the next month of February he will give several presentations as a preview of this album.

About Us Art of anarchy It transpired that Jon, Vince and Bumblefoot have been friends since childhood and for quite some time have maintained the project of forming a band together, an idea that took shape after Bumblefoot faced his solo career, at which point they began to give the first steps with this new project that later finished consolidating with the incorporation of Weiland and Moyer.

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