The Darkness Blending Old School And 'Luxurious Rock' On New Album

(Gibson) Having reformed in 2011, the U.K's The Darkness are on schedule to deliver their third album in 2012. Some tracks were recorded in England, some in Nashville. In a rare interview, frontman/guitarist Justin Hawkins has talked about progress ahead of live dates in Australia.

Hawkins told Undercover.fm, "We started recording it properly last April, but we had to stop recording it because we had to do all the festivals that we did last summer in Europe. So, that stopped things for a while and we got back in, on and off.

"It's been about a year or something. It's finished now and we've just got to decide which songs to include and use as bonus tracks, B-sides and stuff. One of the really good signs is that we can't decide which ones. It's pretty cool, there's a good blend of old school rock and then some more luxurious rock and then there's a big power ballad on it. We're very happy with the mix of material." more on this story

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