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Scott Stapp is a "Changed Man" on Art of Anarchy's new song

Century Media Records"Yes, I made a mess of things": that's how Scott Stapp opens Art of Anarchy's newest track, titled "Changed Man." You can listen to the song, and watch its accompanying lyric video, now on YouTube.

In a video explaining the meaning of "Changed Man," Stapp says it's a "very very personal song" about how he repaired his relationship with his wife following his very public meltdown in November 2014.

"Changed Man" appears on Art of Anarchy's forthcoming sophomore album The Madness, their first with Stapp as the lead singer. The first album from the band, which also includes ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Disturbed bassist John Moyer, features the late Scott Weiland on lead vocals.

The Madness will be released March 24.

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