Lacuna Coil: “There Will Be New Music Coming Out Soon”

It looks like we might be getting new music from Lacuna Coil in the near future. Singers Andrea Ferro and Cristina Scabbia recently told Rock Sound that fans can expect to hear new material “soon.”

Ferro said the following:

“We’ve been a bit sneaky, to be honest. Because, yes, there will be new music coming out soon, and soon we’re gonna announce what is it exactly, but it’s not album number ten.”

Scabbia continued:

“It is something special — it is a special project. But it is recorded. We’re actually finishing little things here and there.”

Ferro added:

“We can’t say much. [But] very soon — in a couple of months everything will be more clear.”

Scabbia concluded:

“And you will see something new as well soon.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Death Angel’s Ted Aguilar: “There’s Some New Material Floating Around”

During an episode of his “Alive & Streaming” livestream series, Death Angel’s Ted Aguilar revealed that the band have some new material in the works. He said the following:

“There is new music being worked on. There are some skeletons that [have] been floating around before [‘The Bay Strikes Back’ U.S.] tour. We’ll probably start continuing maybe. If we have some time before [we leave for shows in] Europe [this summer], maybe we’ll get together and work on some stuff. That’s for sure. But there’s some new material floating around. Nothing set in stone yet — just some skeletons.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Spiritbox Have Around Eight New Songs In The Works

During a recent interview with Kerrang!, Spiritbox revealed that they currently have about eight new songs in the works. According to singer Courtney LaPlante, the tracks are “really different to the songs on ‘Eternal Blue‘.”

Guitarist Mike Stringer had the following to say about the new material:

“As scary as it is, you just have to do what makes you happy, create the music you want to create, and work with the people you want to work with. Because the moment you start limiting yourself, the music suffers.”

LaPlante continued:

“They’re really different to the songs on ‘Eternal Blue‘. I think some people might even hate them. But that makes me excited. I thrive on negativity!”

Stringer added:

“‘Eternal Blue‘ spanned over two years. And so much happened over those years. Now we’re different people with different tastes and it’s nice to be able to sit down and be like, ‘What do I want to hear? What do I enjoy?’”

LaPlante finished:

“We feel really energized playing and recording the new songs. I hope that will translate to those listening. It makes me want to drive around really fast in a car – I don’t even have a license, but I’ll do it!”

Lamb Of God Recording New Music, Recruit Body Count Members For Backing Vocals

Lamb Of God have entered the studio to work on new music. The news was confirmed by Body Count’s Ernie C and Juan Of The Dead, who recently recorded some backing vocals for the new material. They said the following:

“When your friend @drandallblythe invites you to do back up vocals on brand new @lambofgod material…you show up and support 👊🏽 and the new Lamb of God is slamming!!!💥💥Great job guys”

Keith Huckins On The Possibility Of New Deadguy Music: “We’re Gonna Try It”

During an appearance on the “RRBG Podcast,” Deadguy guitarist Keith Huckins was asked about the possibility of new music from the band. He responded with the following:

“We’re gonna try it… Just because, Deadguy mark I put out two 7 inches and an album, and that’s it. And we don’t particularly care for everything, so we’ve really got 40 minutes worth of music, that’s it. So… we don’t wanna get bored just playing the same old set over and over again. We’re gonna try it and we’re gonna try to be respectful to what it was…”

[via The PRP]