Scott Stapp tells us more about his rock supergroup at the 2016 APMAs

Fresh off his solo tour for Proof Of Life, Scott Stapp—accompanied by his wife Jaclyn—stopped by the APMAs to hang out and make what was ultimately one of the greatest moments of the night when he briefly fronted A Day To Remember

“I wanted to come by and just chill with everyone at AP, because you guys were so good to me over the years.” Aww, thanks, Scott! 

Stapp also chats with our hosts Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die) and Stapp's Another Century labelmate Ash Costello (New Years Day) about his new project Art Of Anarchy.

“Some of the members are John Moyer, bass player from Disturbed, Ron Bumblefoot, formerly of Guns N' Roses and the Votta brothers,” he says, describing a string of talent you may have never expected to hear in the same breath. “We've got a single coming out in October and a record dropping next year.”

“It is a perfect mixture of all the bands each member has come from. So, it's like Disturbed meets Guns N' Roses, meets Creed.”


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