Veteran classic rockers Aerosmith have returned to the studio to begin recording their 14th studio album. According to news wia Twitter, drummer Joey Kramer describes the band’s first day back in the studio as “inspiring”.
Production on the new album will be handled by Jack Douglas, a noted producer whose credits include works by Patti Smith, John Lennon and Cheap Trick.
Douglas has previously worked with Aerosmith on numerous occasions, producing their classic mid 70s albums ‘Toys In The Attic’ and ‘Rocks’, as well as the band’s 1982 release ‘Rock In A Hard Place’. While Douglas did not work on any of Aerosmith’s multi-million selling albums of the late 80s/early 90s, he returned to work with them in more recent years, producing their 2004 album ‘Honkin’ On Bobo’.