Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo had a recent conversation with Neil Griffiths’ ‘The Music’ podcast this week, and revealed that new album will come a lot sooner than the previous two did.
Trujillo also stated that they were been touring for a very long time (2 years), and they will need a break to focus on their new album.
Here is what Trujillo said:
“We have a zone we call ‘The Tuning Room’ which is a space where we can jam and warm up before the show. We’re always in there coming up with ideas and you may get a few seconds of an idea but everything is recorded, always. And then of course at home, everyone has got ideas.
Death Magnetic’ was, for the most part, a collaborative effort. ‘Hardwired’ was more central to James Hetfield’s specific ideas and was also taking the spirit of what we had done on the previous record.”
Here is what he said about upcoming album:
“We’ve all vowed to get this one going sooner than later. Now, how soon? I don’t know. We’ve been touring non-stop. It’s been over two years now.
At some point, sure, we’ll need to take a little bit of a break. It’s sort of the right thing for us to do because we’ve been going so hard.”
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