Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Black Country Communion regroup to begin work on new album

Black Country Communion have regrouped to begin writing sessions for their fourth album.

“Here we go BCC friends, followers & fans,” posted bassist and vocalist Glenn Hughes along with an image to his social media sites on Monday. “Here is Joe Bonamassa and I… we started writing BCC4 at my LA home today. Full of gratitude and for our friendship… I want to thank all of you for your love and support.”

Hughes and Bonamassa, alongside keyboardist Derek Sherinian and drummer Jason Bonham, revealed plans earlier this year to reunite after the lineup disbanded in early 2013.

Black Country Communion will once again team up with producer Kevin Shirley for the project, which is expected to be issued sometime in 2017.

“We're refurbishing the fuel tanks and refitting the rocket,” posted Shirley in April. “Getting ready for takeoff in 2017 again, and I'm fired up... who's ready for another dose of BCC!?”

Formed in 2009, the supergroup issued their self-titled debut album in 2010, “Black Country Communion 2” in 2011 and “Afterglow” in 2012.

See also:

Black Country Communion announce reunion plans
Glenn Hughes reschedules US tour after double knee replacement
Glenn Hughes announces Japan dates
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