Insomnium Are In The Studio

It looks like Insomnium are working on new music. The band were recently at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki, Finland recording drums for the impending release.

[via The PRP]

Perry Farrell On The Possibility Of New Jane’s Addiction Music: “I Would Love To See Us Record A Couple Of Tracks This Year”

During an interview with Consequence, Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell was asked about the possibility of new music from the band. He responded with the following:

“With Jane’s Addiction, timelines … well, you never know. But what I would love to see … I would love to see us record a couple of tracks this year. Even if it’s two or three tracks … two tracks, I feel two is nice. I think people can take two, like two aspirin [laughs].”

He continued when asked about touring plans:

“We do have ambitions to hit the road this year, so it won’t be long before you’ll know if those ambitions have come to fruition.”

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!”

Danny Carey Says Tool Are Planning To Release A Live DVD From Their 2002 “Lateralus” Tour, Hints At New Music

During a recent interview with Cleveland Scene, Tool drummer Danny Carey talked a bit about the band’s future plans. Among them are a live DVD from the 2002 “Lateralus” tour and possibly even some new music.

Carey said the following about the DVD:

“[It will be] a good mind-blower for all the hardcore fans. Most of it will be from the Lateralus tour from 2002.”

He also added the following about the long wait for “Fear Inoculum” and the possibility of new music from the band:

“It was frustrating not having new material to play, but that time really flew by quickly. I guess that’s just the nature of life. It’s like when you have kids, and they’re grown up, and you go, ‘What happened?’ It took a long time, but we did a lot of touring and tried to grow in different ways and take a break from each other to keep things fresh. We also wanted to bring in outside influences, so we would have something new to say to each other musically. It all came together really well on this one. I’m sure it won’t take us this long for the next one. We even had some stuff left over from the last one that we’ll develop. We have head starts on three or four new songs.”

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”

Slash On New Guns N’ Roses Music: “I Would Imagine That There Will Be One Or Two Songs That Come Out Around The Time That We Hit The Road In June”

During a recent interview with Heavy Consequence, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash offered another update on new music from the band. He said the following:

“There is new material coming — everybody’s always asking. I would imagine that there will be one or two songs that come out around the time that we hit the road in June.”

This news comes after Slash previously said that he is “pretty confident that [there will be a new record] at some point down the road.”

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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]