The former Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti recently spoke about a possible Creed Reunion down the road. It was noted a couple of years ago that Creed had updated its Facebook profile with an old photo, sparking rumors of the multi-platinum act’s imminent return. Mark Tremonti recently said that a reunion of Creed will happen at a time “when it makes sense for everybody.”
Mark Tremonti opens up on a possible reunion
Mark, who is promoting the new Alter Bridge album, “Pawns & Kings”, discussed the chances of a Creed comeback during a new interview with The Rock Experience With Mike Brunn.
Asked about the possibility of a Creed reunion, Mark said: “It’s just a matter of timing. We’re all so busy running around the world doing our things, we would just have to have the time where it made sense. I don’t think we need to rush into it, because I don’t think Creed fans are going anywhere. I think whenever we decide to do something, I think it’s gonna be a safe time to do it. It’s just gonna be when it makes sense for everybody. You don’t wanna derail a whole album cycle by jumping into doing Creed . It would just have to make sense.”
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This is not the only time he spoke about a possible reunion of the band. Mark, during the promotion of his album of Frank Sinatra covers titled “Tremonti Sings Sinatra”, discussed the chances of a Creed comeback during a new interview with Ghost Cult magazine. Creed was disbanded in 2004 but reunited five years later for the “Full Circle“ LP and an extensive tour.