Stone Temple Pilots Reform For Summer Shows
The news was released by Weiland's Velvet Revolver bandmate Slash. Full details of the reunion tour have yet to be announced.
STP split in 2002 but the break-up wasn't made official until 2003 when guitarist Dean DeLeo revealed, "It's time to move on to other things. Life and personalities and brotherhood took its course."
Weiland went onto to form Velvet Revolver with the former Guns 'N Roses star later that year.
And despite missing a Velvet Revolver show at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah over the weekend, Weiland has no plans to leave his new group.
Revolver dates are set until April and Slash tells Billboard.com there are plans afoot for a third album.
-Stone Temple Pilots Pictures
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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