Food Truck and Rock Carnival: Godsmack, Stone Temple Pilots, Anthrax + More
Check out our photo gallery of some of the main-stage acts on the Sunday lineup of the Food Truck and Rock Carnival 2015.
Godsmack, Slash, Stone Temple Pilots + More Set to Perform at 2015 Food Truck & Rock Carni…
Get ready for the first annual Food Truck & Rock Carnival! The event takes place Sept. 18-20 at Oak Ridge Park in Clark, N.J., and will feature some awesome bands and some great food.
Stone Temple Pilots Considered Changing Their Name When Chester Bennington Joined
Chester Bennington reveals that Stone Temple Pilots considered changing their name after they parted ways with Scott Weiland to leave and added the Linkin Park singer to their lineup.
Godsmack, Stone Temple Pilots + Anthrax Lead 2015 Shindig Festival
Godsmack, Stone Temple Pilots and Anthrax lead the lineup for Baltimore's Shindig Festival.
Stone Temple Pilots Guitarist Dean DeLeo Ejects Audience Member From New York City Show
Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo was having none of an audience member's nonsense at a New York City show.
Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean DeLeo: Working With Scott Weiland Was a ‘F—ing Mess’
Dean DeLeo says Stone Temple Pilots are very happy to be working with Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, and glad they no longer have to work with their former singer Scott Weiland.
Scott Weiland Responds To Filter’s Richard Patrick’s Comments About His Drug Use
Filter frontman Richard Patrick talked about Scott Weiland‘s past issues with drugs and tardiness. Now, Weiland has fired back with a response to Patrick's comments.
Filter’s Richard Patrick: ‘Biggest Enabler for Scott Weiland Is the Audience’
Filter's Richard Patrick claims that unquestioned fan support is only enabling Scott Weiland's poor behavior.
Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean DeLeo on Scott Weiland: ‘There Was No One Better,’ But ‘He Left …
Stone Temple Pilots' Dean DeLeo praises Scott Weiland, but offers a harsh reality on their split.
Chester Bennington: ‘Writing for Stone Temple Pilots, I Get to Be a Lot More Poetic’
Chester Bennington reveals that Stone Temple Pilots provides him a different creative experience than what he has in Linkin Park.