Pearl Jam expanding boundaries with new album
Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard gives an update on the band’s currently in-the-works album, revealing that they’re "not in a rush" to finish the disc right away and are instead focusing on breaking new musical ground.
Pearl Jam’s new album is one of the most anticipated rock albums of the year, but with Eddie Vedder embarking on a solo tour, Stone Gossard releasing a new disc with Brad, and drummer Matt Cameron splitting time between PJ and Soundgarden - it looks like they may have trouble finding time to hit the studio…and that’s before you look at their European summer tour. While promoting Brad’s new album ‘United We Stand,’ Gossard gave Rolling Stone an update on the upcoming 10th album from the Seattle rock vets:
"We’ve recorded some songs, and we’re going to record and write some more. You never know, it might be that we’re a song away or two, or it might be that we’re going to record six or seven more songs. I think the main thing is that were not in a rush and there’s no urgency to it. The most important thing is that we put something out that continues to expand our boundaries rather than trying to follow what we’ve done in the past..."