Stapp, who overcame a harrowing drug addiction, acknowledges how lucky he is to be alive on his latest single.
The track recently cracked the Top 10 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.
The guitarist opens up about the various musicians who contributed to his new solo album.
The co-vocalist discusses the possibility of Linkin Park adding a new singer following the death of Chester Bennington.
Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch and James “Munky” Shaffer are among the other artists working with Grey Daze.
The Disturbed singer also discusses the issues of mental illness and addiction.
The song appears on Morton’s collaborative album, Anesthetic, due out March 1st.
The album, Anesthetic, arrives on March 1st, and features a who’s who of rock and metal musicians as contributors.
The collaboration happened only a few month’s before Chester took his own life.
A special tribute performance at Reading Festival.
The late singer’s Linkin Park bandmates pen a brief yet emotional open letter to their fallen singer to mark the solemn occasion.
Suicides and cries for help have made mental health an issue the music world can’t ignore.