AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler has told RollingStone.com that the band will start work on a new album in late spring. "It's going to be just like what the WHITE STRIPES are doing, and like a couple of songs on SHERYL CROW's new album," said Tyler. "You'll listen to it and be like, 'I've heard that before' — but you never did.""I want to take elements of those experimental things like we did on [2001's] 'Just Push Play'," added guitarist Joe Perry. "I always start with bits and pieces, and hopefully they inspire other people to throw things in. I have stuff that I didn't put on my solo record [2005's 'Joe Perry'] that may be up for grabs." The band hope to release the new album by year's end. Read more at RollingStone.com.
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