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Army of Anyone was a supergroup, featuring Filter frontman Richard Patrick, guitarist Dean DeLeo, bassist Robert DeLeo and drummer Ray Luzier. Army of Anyone was the first band the DeLeo brothers formed without Scott Weiland since the short-lived Talk Show project in 1997.
While writing material for a fourth Filter album, Patrick linked up with the DeLeo brothers for help and produced a track called ?A Better Place?. A few days later, Ray Luzier was called to audition and, later he joined the band.
Army of Anyone had recorded more than 30 songs in Patrick's home studio, 11 of which made their way on to their debut album. The band originally signed with Columbia Records to release their debut album.
When most of the personnel who backed them at Columbia Records were fired, they decided to change their label. The group?s first single was titled ?Goodbye?.
For a brief period of time, an instrumental track called ?Used to Know Her? was also available in the market. ?Goodbye? would make its video debut on Yahoo Music, on October 3, 2006.
Army of Anyone was the debut and lone album by the band. The album was released in 2006, produced by Bob Ezrin and mixed by Ken Andrews.
While promoting their debut album Filter, Army of Anyone visited radio stations across the country. Among the songs they played at those stations were ?Take a Picture? and Stone Temple Pilots? Interstate Love Song?.
Since the release of the album, the band has gone out on tour to further promote the album. In addition to playing songs from the album, they also performed covers of Big Bang Baby, Vasoline, and Piece of Pie by Stone Temple Pilots.
Army of Anyone headlined the 2007 edition of the Snocore Tour which has in the past been headlined by several bands including Seether, Chevelle, Helmet and Shinedown. Th band was supported by Hurt throughout the tour.
On May 14, 2007, Richard Patrick was interviewed on the LunaticRadio.com show in which he announced that he was working on new Filter material. On May 26, Army of Anyone gave their last performance in a concert at El Paso, Texas.
Patrick subtly confirmed on Sirius? Lithium 24 channel that Army of Anyone has likely ended. After playing Stone Temple Pilots? ?Big Bang Baby?, he stated, ?I was in a band with Dean and Rob?, referring to the band Army of Anyone in the past tense.
Ray Luzier became Korn?s newest drummer in November 2007 and is touring with them since January 2008. Korn plans to begin focusing on a new album in 2008 and Luzier will drum on the record.
Since the band parted ways, Richard Patrick has recorded a new album, entitled Anthems for the Damned. The album was released in May 2008 and spawned an all-time favorite single ?Soldiers of Misfortune?.
Rumors began circulating in early 2008 that a Stone Temple Pilots reunion was imminent. They are currently touring the United States and have plans to start working on a new album later this year.