Are Creed Planning A Reunion?

7 July 2023 | 1:42 pm | Mary Varvaris
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It's not much to go on, but we’ve seen reunions happen in stranger fashions.


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Are you ready to be taken Higher? It looks like Creed are announcing a reunion. Part of following bands in the modern era is knowing that if an announcement is coming, it’s likely going to be posted on social media, and if something changes on socials, something big is coming.

In Creed’s case, the US post-grunge outfit updated their profile picture and cover image on Facebook yesterday (6 July), with a fan commenting, “Let's go cross the Alter Bridge and become Creed again!” In addition to the Facebook update, Creed have wiped their website page to make it completely blank and only accessible by entering a password.

It's not much to go on, but we’ve seen reunions happen in stranger fashions.

As Metal Injection reports, guitarist Mark Tremonti linked up with Ghost Cult for an interview last year and hinted that a reunion wasn’t out of the question. When asked about reuniting with his bandmates, Tremonti answered, “You never know. It's just one of those things where whenever it comes up, either our camp or [vocalist] Scott [Stapp] has something going on at the moment. So our stars have to align. 

"In fact, right now, if a promoter said, 'Hey, we wanna do a huge Creed tour,' I'd have to bypass all the stuff we're working on at the moment. So we just have to wait till the time is right.” Is the time finally right?

In a 2016 interview with Rock 100.5's Bailey and Southside, Stapp dangled the carrot when he teased collaborating with Stone Temple Pilots, “I've also been working on a new album, with a new group of guys...guys from pretty well-known rock bands...I can't really share the details about it [though].”

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When probed further, Stapp was asked outright if the new role was with Stone Temple Pilots, to which the singer responded neutrally (as transcribed by

“I can’t say, man; I can’t say. I can’t confirm or deny. [But] I will tell you this: there is a six-degree-separation connection between this new project and the band you mentioned.” Stone Temple Pilots went on to deny the rumour.