AEROSMITH Guitarist: STEVEN TYLER Really Wants To Go Off And Do Some Other Projects"

The National reports: Recording sessions for AEROSMITH's 15th studio album were initially scheduled before the band's recent ill-fated tour, but have now been pushed back indefinitely while various members concentrate on solo projects. Guitarist Joe Perry is clearly frustrated at this shift in AEROSMITH's established routine.

"Steven [Tyler, vocals] really wants to go off and do some other projects," Perry shrugs. "But if AEROSMITH want to be viable and deliver to the fans what should be delivered, we need to do a studio record with some new material and do a tour behind it. That would have been standard operating procedure until about six years ago. I know he loves to play live in front of AEROSMITH, or at least I know that's what he used to love to do. But I guess now he wants to do other things, which is fine as long as it's planned out, so the rest of the band can plan their lives around it."

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