Aerosmith heading back to the studio
Work has begun on follow-up to 'Just Push Play'NEW YORK -- Aerosmith is ready to return to work on its next studio album, according to a Web post Monday from drummer Joey Kramer.
"Today is the first day (bassist) Tom (Hamilton) and I are getting back together," he wrote. "We just rehearsed for two hours and it feels so good! We can't wait to get back into the studio and get back out on the road to do what we do best."
As previously reported, work has already begun on the band's first album of original material since 2001's "Just Push Play." Aerosmith pressed pause on the project last year while band members recovered from a variety of medical issues.
"Like a lot of other things in life, you don't get to call the shots on these things, do you?" guitarist Brad Whitford told Billboard.com last fall. "We're just ... getting older."
There's no date for the new album, but it's expected to be out sometime this year via Columbia. Aerosmith also has one live show lined up on Feb. 1 at Estadio Olimpico in Caracas, Venezuela.