AEROSMITH To Release New Home Video

AEROSMITH are contemplating releasing a home video containing "making of" footage from sessions for their forthcoming album, according to

As previously reported, the band are currently recording a blues album with producer Jack Douglas, who worked with the band on several of their 1970s albums, including "Toys in the Attic" and "Rocks". The as-yet-untitled effort is due early next year on Columbia Records.

"While making this record, we had a video camera on us 90% of the time," AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry told "Sony [Columbia's parent company] is talking about having CDs playable in all these different formats and in DVD players, so there are lots of opportunities to [utilize the] video."

With regards to the band's much-anticipated tour with KISS, Perry promised that AEROSMITH will have a rotating set that will differ each night. "We're going to do our hits but we're also going to do about four or five songs from the new album. We'll also do deep cuts from albums like 'Night in the Ruts' and 'Rocks' — songs that weren't big hits but are songs we haven't played live in a long time."


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