Red Hot Chili Peppers Promise Good Stuff With New Album

(Rock News Desk) Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis admits the band have done poor work in the past but upcoming album I'm With You isn't in that category.

The band are poised to release their follow-up to 2006′s Stadium Arcadium, featuring new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, who replaced John Frusciante when he refused to return after their two-year hiatus.

Work began in November 2009 and the finished album is due out on August 30. The band are planning to tour for an extended period once it's released. Kiedis tells Rolling Stone: "I know when we write mediocre stuff and when we write good stuff. I can't wait to go out and play this." more on this story

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