Army of Anyone Reunion In The Works?

TheVinylDistrict.com reports that Richard Patrick recently hinted that he would be starting work on a new Army of Anyone album soon. Army of Anyone was a short lived supergroup that featured lead singer Richard Patrick (Filter), guitarist Dean DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots), bassist Robert DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots), and drummer Ray Luzier (Korn, David Lee Roth Band). The band was together from 2005 to 2007, releasing one critically acclaimed self-titled album in 2006. After the album’s lack of commercial success, Patrick returned to Filter while the DeLeo brothers reunited Stone Temple Pilots.

  • CraigPW1984

    They sounded good together. I never heard the album but I liked the songs they played on the radio from them. Will have to check the album out now.

  • Sean Smith

    Great album, would like to hear a second one!

  • Mr. K

    YES!!!! This was SUCH a great album and I’ve been waiting to hear this. I’m sorry, but both the STP and Filter stuff after AoA split up was lacking in my opinion. All good still, but lacking.

  • Shane99

    I bought the first one. I thought it was good, but didn’t show their potential.

    I would definitely check out a second release from Army Of Anyone.