Mark Tremonti On The Possibility Of A Creed Reunion: “Right Now It’s Just Not Doable”

During an appearance on The Rock Experience With Mike Brunn, Mark Tremonti was asked about the possibility of a Creed reunion. The guitarist responded by saying that the idea is “not doable” at the moment due to his commitments to Alter Bridge and his solo project.

Trmonti said the following:

“Right now it’s almost impossible to do it. I’ve got a solo record coming out. I’m frantically trying to write another ALTER BRIDGE record, and we have touring booked all through next year, all through next Christmas. So to do a CREED tour even, we’d have to jam it in, and there’s no [way we can do it]. I leave it up to the people that run our business — from our managers to our agents to everybody involved. They are nice enough to let me be an artist and only present things that are doable when they are doable, and right now it’s just not doable.”

He also added the following when asked what it’s like to be associated with Creed:

“It’s definitely both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing because I wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you right now if it weren’t for CREED; I wouldn’t have this career, this long career. But at the same time, for my entire life, I will be that guy from the band CREED, which is good and band. ‘Cause certain people loved CREED, certain people hated CREED. So no matter what I do artistically, I’m gonna be the guy who was in CREED that was, at certain points critics liked to come after us. So I’ve kind of lived in both worlds — I was in a band that sold lots of records but got some critical attacks, but I also got to be in a band that didn’t sell as many records but got critical praise. So I got to see both sides of it. It would be great to have it all in one. But it’s tough.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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