AEROSMITH Releasing New Music Through 'Guitar Hero'?
Although AEROSMITH has yet to officially begin recording its new album, guitarist Joe Perry has told Spinner.com that some of the new songs may be made available in a more unconventional means prior to a proper release: via "Guitar Hero: Aerosmith". "We'll probably release some of the music from our new record as a download so kids can plug it in and play some new tunes on the game," Perry said.
AEROSMITH is expected to enter the studio at the end of September to begin work on the follow-up to 2004's all-covers collection "Honkin' on Bobo". The band's last album of original material was "Just Push Play" in 2001.
AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler recently told the band's official fan site, AeroForceOne.com, that the new material will not deviate from the band's signature sound. "[It will be] just your usual AEROSMITH. You can't tame it; rocking-out, in-your-face music," he said.
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