GODSMACK's SULLY ERNA Plots 'Exotic' Solo Album
Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports that GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna is plotting his first solo album, which he hopes to begin recording in the spring.
"It's gonna be nothing like rock music," Erna tells Billboard.com. "It's gonna be very Native American tribal rhythms mixed with these Middle Eastern bluesy kind of vocals. This is a project to get a different kind of music out of me that I feel is inside me. .. and not for any expectations about how big the hit may be or if it's gonna make it on the radio."
Erna plans to work with singer Lisa Guyer, who was featured on the "IV" track "Hollow", as well as a number of other musicians.
"I'm not setting any time limits on it," Erna says. "We're kind of baby stages in the writing process. But it'll be good. It'll be fun, and it's gonna be different. I don't know if it'll be something the real hard rockers out there dig, but anybody who enjoyed the acoustic EP or 'Voodoo' or 'Serenity' I think will enjoy this stuff 'cause it's very cool and hypnotic and kind of exotic."
Read more at Billboard.com.
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