Dredg Are Hoping To Hit The Studio For Their Next Album This Winter


It’s been over a decade since dredg released their current studio album, 2011’s divisive “Chuckles And Mr. Squeezy“. For several years now the group have been actively writing the follow-up to that outing, and according to recent comments from the band’s bassist Drew Roulette, 2023 seems like the year that we’ll finally be able to hear it.

Speaking recently with the ‘Vulgar Display Of Podcast‘, Roulette had the following to say about their progress:

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“We’ve been obviously writing for the last five-plus years, and we get together every week to do that. It’s been awesome, but it’s getting to the point where we just have too many songs. It’s like, every time we get in there we wanna write something new, you know? But actually working on the songs is actually work, right? None of us wanna work. We just wanna get in there and jam because it sounds good and it’s easy.”

“So you know, working on that. We’re supposed to do an international tour next year but we kinda had to postpone that. We made the decision recently, just because we don’t want it to get in the way of the record. Which is good news for me because that’s what I’m most interested in. I’m thinking we’ll write until the end of the year and maybe get in the studio this winter, or maybe early next year.”

[via Metal Injection]

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