Janeís Addiction Overcome Fear of Recording Studios





Alternative music trendsetters, Janeís Addiction, are back in the studio recording the follow-up to 1990ís classic Ritual de lo Habitual. It has only taken them 12 years to come up with some new material, as the band did reunite for six weeks last year to rock the Jubilee 2001 tour, but what can we expect to hear this time around? Will they be able to once again capture the magic that landed Janeís Addiction on the rock & roll map? Well, according to drummer Stephen Perkins, the current vibe in the studio is very upbeat. He said, "Our friendships are so solid right now. Itís a great feeling to get to see each other every day, and know weíre going to create together." In the few moments when the band arenít holding hands and professing their undying love for one another, they have actually managed to lay down the framework for eight tracks. According to Rolling Stone, veteran studio wiz Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Aerosmith) has been brought on to produce the as-yet-untitled album. Though the band have no label lined up to release the fruits of these sessions, they hope to get the music into the hands of their loyal, aging fans by the end of the year. Look for Janeís Addictionís succesive album in the summer of 2014.




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Janeís Addiction Overcome Fear of Recording Studios