Stone Temple Pilots and new singer Chester Bennington performed a surprise set for about 30 fans and a handful of journalists on Sunday night (September 1st) at the band's rehearsal space in Los Angeles, according to Loudwire. The low-key performance took place ahead of the group's upcoming North American tour, which will kick off on Wednesday (September 4th) in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and offer fans around the country their first look at Bennington with STP since the band recruited him to replace fired frontman Scott Weiland earlier this year. The six-song set featured some deeper cuts that STP has rarely played live in the past, including "Sex And Violence," "Pop's Love Suicide," "Piece Of Pie" and "Church On Tuesday." Also aired were "Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart" and current single "Out Of Time." Stone Temple Pilots will release a new five-song EP called High Rise on October 8th. Cick HERE to see "Church on Tuesday" which the band had never played live before.