"The Madness" by Art of Anarchy on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

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A New Sound and it is Good


This is a new sound for Art of Anarchy. We all know the late, great Scott Weiland can never be replaced. We also are all aware of the sound he brought to this group. With that said, Scott Stapp brings new life to this band and with that, he puts himself back out there fronting a band. Stapp's lyrics have always been real and raw and that does not seem to change here. The guitar sounds of Bumblefoot are what we have come to expect from him as well as the bass playing of Moyer. I am looking forward to the release of this entire album. The first two releases from it leave me wanting more.

Welcome Back Scott and AOA!


I was bummed when Scott Weiland didn't want to be in AoA. I was even more bummed when he died. So when I heard AoA was going to continue I wasn't sure how to feel. I wasn't much interested until it was revealed to be Scott Stapp as their new singer, who is also one of my all time favorites. Safe to say, destiny wants me to pay attention to AoA, and considering what a mess Stapp was in 2014 I'm glad they can both move forward. The only thing I'm not too crazy of is how short the album is, even Somber was almost 6 minutes in its original version. Regardless, I can already tell this will be my album of 2017.

About Art of Anarchy

An all-star American hard rock unit with an impressive pedigree, Art of Anarchy were formed in 2014 by twin siblings Jon (guitar) and Vince Votta (drums), Disturbed bass player John Moyer, and Guns N' Roses' guitarist Ronald Jay Blumenthal, better known by his stage name Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal. The idea for the group began percolating in 2011, with producer/guitarist Bumblefoot recording studio sessions in the downtime between GNR shows. In 2014, the band sought out Stone Temple Pilots/Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland and asked him to both sing on the record and help pen it, which he did, but by the time the eponymous debut album was released in June 2015, Weiland had begun to distance himself from the project, citing it as just a paid job that he had no intentions of committing to further. Weiland was found dead on his tour bus from an accidental drug overdose later that December, and the following year, rumors began circulating that Scott Stapp (Creed) would be taking over vocal duties. The band eventually made it official, welcoming Stapp into the fold and releasing a new single, "The Madness," in anticipation of their forthcoming Century Media-issued sophomore long-player. That album, also entitled The Madness, appeared in March 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger


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