Joey Kramer on new Aerosmith record, "after a 10-year absence people will welcome it with open arms"

Wed, 04 April 2012

Aerosmith are set to relese their fifteenth studio album this summer, whilst yet still untitled and no confirmed release date have been announced, fans have been told to expect it 'in about 3 months'.

The band have previously revealed the new material will feel like their "earlier stuff".

Last week, Aol's Noisecreep spoke to Joey Kramer at the bands LA press conference about the record, he explained
 "The energy, which is the most important thing, reminds me of yesteryear - our real glory days. But put into a modern context."

The drummer goes on to add, "We all took part in the writing, and of course having Jack Douglas back on board producing reminds us of how special things were back in the '70s. He's just great, and I think that after a 10-year absence people will welcome this record with open arms."

Meanwhile, guitarist Brad Whitford - who was not in attendance at the press conference due to taking part in the Jimi Hendrix Experience Tour told ClassicRockRevisited.com "I would have preferred to do it all old school." he then added, "For the most part, the band recorded live. There is more of a tip of the hat to the old approach."

Aerosmith's Global Warming tour will kick off June 16th in Minneapolis and continue throughout the summer in the US with Cheaptrick as support act.

For more details visit www.aerosmith.com.

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