WOLFMOTHER Begins Work On New Material

John Benson of Billboard.com reports: After taking home a best hard rock performance Grammy for its song "Woman" two weeks ago, WOLFMOTHER is beginning to think about its follow-up to its 2006 self-titled debut.

"We are looking forward," singer/guitarist Andrew Stockdale tells Billboard.com. "We have a few songs that are getting in the pipeline to get worked on. We just recorded a song in Vancouver, so that's pretty exciting. It's called 'Love Attacker'. It's the first (new) song in the year-and-a-half since we recorded the album."

Stockdale says the riff-driven, chaotic and loud rock song, which recently entered the band's nightly set list, is slated to be on the next album, which he hopes to have out in early 2008.

In terms of sound and direction, Stockdale doesn't foresee a major departure from the debut, which drew comparisons to LED ZEPPELIN and the WHITE STRIPES.

Read more at Billboard.com.


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