(Classic Rock) Glenn Hughes has stepped back from recent comments about the future of Black Country Communion – saying the band just needs to take time away, and they could tour next year.
The frontman, a former member of Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, sparked speculation last month when he suggested BCC's third album Afterglow could be their last.
But now Hughes suggests all that's needed is a little time away. He tells Metal Talk: "In two years we've done three albums and one live album. That's quicker than Led Zeppelin and Purple. I don't think anybody except Joe releases albums that quick.
"Give us a break. I mean, we need to give you a break. I need a break. It's really difficult to write ten or twelve quality songs every year for three years. So I need a break now." more on this story