After a slew of interview vagaries, phantom EPs, Thom Yorke solo meanderings and URL conspiracy theories, Radiohead's Ed O'Brien helped clear the air a bit on the status of the band most simply refer to as world's very best: they're going to keep making albums. In fact, the guitarist told NME that the band will be heading into an Oxfordshire studio this winter with long-time producer (and Thom Yorke's recent bandmate) Nigel Godrich. O'Brien even went on to joke that the album will retain a "Typical Radiohead" sound, offering English cold and cloud cover as means for sonic deviation. Or not. "We're going into the studio in winter," O'Brien says. "It's always miserable! When you're in a studio in the countryside the music you make is definitely affected by what season it is." How about that! A depressing Radiohead album!