Launch Radio Networks reports: Singer Richard Patrick says that his previous band, FILTER, could resurface at some point, but he's concentrating all his efforts now on ARMY OF ANYONE, his new project with former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS bassist Robert DeLeo and guitarist Dean DeLeo. Patrick told Launch that while FILTER may not be finished, he needed to take an extended break. "It just turned into a situation where it was like, you know, God, I really want something new with my life," he said. "You know, so, I put out three FILTER albums which I'm really proud of, and that's — I don't consider FILTER necessarily an end, but this is definitely a beginning, and this is my priority, and this is where my heart is, and, you know, this is where it's at for me."
ARMY OF ANYONE is currently working on its self-titled debut album, which the group expects to release in June. The band is filled out by former DAVID LEE ROTH drummer Ray Luzier.
STONE TEMPLE PILOTS officially disbanded in 2003, when lead singer Scott Weiland joined VELVET REVOLVER.
Although Richard Patrick had been working on a new FILTER album for the last few years, the band's most recent release was 2002's "The Amalgamut".
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