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Kasabian go grunge
Kasabian's new album sounds like "old school grunge". The 'Fire' hitmakers are currently writing their follow-up LP to 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum' and have promised fans something radically different to their previous three records. Singer Tom Meighan said: "Sergio Pizzorno has got a body of songs that are sounding great. There's one that sounds like Nirvana, which is really grungy, a big riff. "It's nothing like what we've done on this record, it's really old school grunge. There's a lot of Pink Floyd, 'Dark Side Of The Moon', piano-based songs at the minute." The group released their latest album in June this year, three years after second LP 'Empire' but have reassured fans they won't leave it so long before their fourth record comes out. Tom added to BBC 6 Music: "I think we'll do it a bit quicker this time. We took a good three months off last time, because we toured for about four years and that's the only reason we took that amount of time off, because we toured like crazy. "I think this time we'll have a few weeks off or a month off, then we'll go into the studio and record the new record. Hopefully we won't wait around so much this time."Posted on 21 Dec 2009 07:30 to category : Music News
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