Creed Drummer Says Reunion Is a "Possibility Down the Road"

Could Creed be making a comeback? While the possibility is up in the air, drummer Scott Phillips is not ruling out the possibility.

Speaking to Audio Ink Radio this week, Phillips was asked about the band changing their Facebook profile picture to an old photo of the band which lead to rumors that Creed was up to something.

He says:

I didn't know that had happened! That’s interesting. I'm the worst when it comes to social media. I go through phases where I'm into it for about two days, and then I don't pick it up for about two months. But, that being said, there's always talk every now and then of the possibility of us getting back together and doing some stuff. We're all in a good spot right now where we feel like we have a good relationship amongst the four of us. Obviously, Mark and Brian and I are in the same band together. But, Scott seems to be doing really, really well. There's some dialogue. We tend to check up on each other when it's birthdays and holidays, things like that. So, there has been some chatter, and there's no specific timetable for anything or no specific plans, but it's a possibility down the road. We'll just kind of let it play out naturally and see what happens.

Creed formed initially in 1994 and has been on hiatus since 2012. Phillips, along with Creed bandmates Mark Tremonti and Brian Marshall have most notably been in the highly successful band Alter Bridge with Myles Kennedy since 2004. Lead singer Scott Stapp has dealt with substance abuse and mental health issues since the band went on hiatus, but seems to have put in work to deal with his issues and says he has been sober. He has performed with the band Art of Anarchy and has worked on solo material in recent years.

Source: Loudwire

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