WOLFMOTHER RECORDING NEW ALBUM WITH ROLLING STONES & MICHAEL JACKSON ENGINEER
Wolfmother are currently at the Village Recorder in Los Angeles recording songs for their third album with Ed Cherney, who has engineered and mixed for The Rolling Stones and Michael Jackson. The band haven’t officially confirmed if the songs are for an album or EP, but it is known that the band are working on multiple new songs.
Frontman Andrew Stockdale abandoned the Wolfmother name in spring 2013 and released his debut solo album Keep Moving, which was originally intended to be Wolfmother’s third album. Stockdale quickly switched back to Wolfmother in early July 2013, but Hamish Rosser quit the band and was replaced by McCall on drums. Elliott Hammond quit the band a few weeks ago, and McCall quit the band last week after only being in the band for under a month.
Below are photos of the band (Andrew Stockdale, Ian Peres, and Vin Steele) with Ed Cherney working on new material.