AEROSMITH's TOM HAMILTON: Next Album Will Explore Our Roots

AEROSMITH bassist Tom Hamilton has told Launch that the group is starting to think about its next album, which might take a different path from the group's last few efforts. "We're exploring doing a record that's sort of about our roots, and whether that's a blues record or something like that, we're really not sure. We're talking about it kind of in general terms right now. But we feel like the moment is perfect for us to go and start looking at things and doing things the way we did when we first started."

Hamilton added that it's too early to tell just what form the album will take, but he expects it will involve some original compositions. "I don't know if we would go in and actually do something that would just be a blues cover album, or whether we'd get three songs into it and all of a sudden, you know, all these new ideas for new songs would pop out and we'd do that. I think that's probably what would happen," he said.


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