Stone Temple Pilots & Alice In Chains Make 2020 Announcement


Stone Temple Pilots and Alice In Chains celebrated the 28th anniversaries of their albums Core and Dirt respectively on their social media media accounts, featuring the late Scott Weiland and Layne Staley. Alice In Chains just released an unseen Layne Staley album cover.

Both albums were released on September 29, 1992, and were the most commercially successful albums of both bands’ careers. Core sold 8 million copies in the United States, while Dirt sold 4 million copies.

Stone Temple Pilots posted, “28 years ago today our debut album Core was released and ‘Sex Type Thing’ was our first single and music video from that record. Let us know in the comments about the first time you saw the STT video!⁣

Core Track Listing:⁣
Dead & Bloated⁣
Sex Type Thing⁣
Wicked Garden⁣
No Memory⁣
Naked Sunday⁣
Piece if Pie⁣
Wet My Bed⁣
Where the River Goes⁣


Alice In Chains wrote, “28 years of #Dirt. 🎶 Link in story 📷: @rockyschenckofficial.”

Stone Temple Pilots also recently announced a new live show relrelease, “Just one year ago today we played The Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York. We can’t wait to be able to see you all and share in another night of music, but in the meantime, you can listen to this show in it’s entirety (as well as 5 other live STP shows) at @nugsnet! We miss you. LOVE. ⁣
Link in bio to purchase.⁣” In other STP news, Scott Stapp discussed possibly replacing Scott Weiland in Velvet Revolver yesterday.