Band will hit the studio again in July now that everyone is free
Following Steven Tyler's stint on American Idol, which finished last week, Aerosmith will reunite in the studio to make headway on their long awaited follow up to 2001's Just Push Play LP.
Reuters reports that the singer and his four bandmates plan to reunite next month with veteran producer Jack Douglas to kick-start work on their long-delayed album, guitarist Joe Perry said on Tuesday.
"Whole band has plans to go into the studio with Jack Douglas second week of July to work on new Aero CD," Perry said on Twitter.
The album will be recorded in the Massachusetts studio the band built six years ago expressly to work with Douglas, Perry said last month. The band, sans Perry who had a prior commitment, held an eight-day writing session earlier this year.