Music Gear News
Blur guitarist wants to make new album
Blur's electric guitar player has said he would be willing to rejoin his bandmates in the recording studio.
The live shows appear to have whetted his appetite to take the reunion further by recording a new album.
"I'm up for it," Coxon commented.
"It would be a really interesting thing to do."
However, he insisted that a new Blur album could not be a nostalgia trip and would have to demonstrate some form of musical development and progression.
Blur are widely regarded as one of the seminal bands of the 1990s and were behind many of the decade's most memorable records, including Parklife, Girls and Boys, Country House and Song 2.
However, the group split in 2003 and the band worked on other projects before briefly getting back together earlier this summer.
Posted on 31 Jul 2009 14:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach Spills the Beans On His Less Than Complimentary Thoughts Towards Today's Rock Musicians and Their Work Ethic In the Studio
The prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction will be honouring several artists this year, including prog legends Yes. Rick Wakeman has stated that he will not be attending.
Laying the foundations for generations of artists to follow, the legendary musician Leonard Cohen has passed away from unspecified causes.
Stating it as more of a necessity for the band, M. Shadows highlights the importance of not stagnating and keeping things exciting
Cancelling his remaining shows in December due to ill health, fears arise over the guitar legends health
Verified by the guitarist himself, Slash's B.C Rich played a pivotal role in Guns N' Roses rise to fame
Recent Music News
With various different entries, Ibanez unleash a spectacular array of signature models to their NAMM 2017 line up
With extensive research conducted into how to make a kit that truly caters to the player and their specific needs, Pearl hit a home run with these one of a kind custom kits
A revamp of one of Ludwig's most popular snares, the Ludwig Black Beauty 14x8 projects classic tone and looks as good as the original
Mackie's Big Knob Studio Interface continues the legacy of its predecessors, championing various new features and exciting tech to reiterate its triumphant return.
Line 6's first ever artist designed guitar, the Shuriken personifies the aggressive and technical playing styles of metal enthusiasts around the world.
Building on the foundations of its predecessor the Prophet 08, the REV2 features a whole array of interesting and innovative additions to its format.