London To Begin Pre-Production On New Studio Album
February 15, 2014
London, the band that became infamous in the movie ‘The Decline Of Western Civilization II: The Metal Years’, are about to begin working on their first studio album since 1990’s ‘Playa Del Rock’.
“I have a show coming up next week and then I come back and we start working on pre-production to start recording songs for the new London album — the new studio album,” London singer Nadir D’Priest recently told Totally Driven Radio. Not the live album — I have a live album out with two new studio tracks, but this will be a full blown studio album. And hopefully shooting a music video, probably within six or seven months.”
“There’s a new live album out, with two new studio tracks called Get Back Home and a Spanish hard rock song Tu Cultura,” D’Priest continues. “The album was engineered by Michael Wagener and also Roy Z Ramirez did some additional mixing. So the new album is fucking whack, it’s gonna piss off a lot of people because it sounds so good. It’s live and it’s got two new studio tracks, and those studio tracks are going to become music videos.”
As for London founder and former member Lizzie Grey, D’Priest says he is also working on a new album that could be the guitarist’s last.
“He just played with our old drummer Tim Yasui a few months back,” said D’Priest about his old bandmate Grey. “Unforunately, from what I got and was told, is that he’s showing signs of Parkinsons. So I took over one of his Spiders & Snakes nights, I sat in and sang, which was really cool. We ended up doing a jam but he couldn’t do it because of his issue with Parkinsons. I wish him nothing but the best. He’s working on an album right now, so this may be his last album. I think you’ll find out more about that down the line.”
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