(hennemusic) As Black Country Communion gear up for the October 30 release of their third album, "Afterglow," bassist Glenn Hughes dropped a bombshell about the group's future during an interview last week with ABC News Radio.
"This may be the [band's] last album," said Hughes. "I hate to break it to you, but it just may be, because I need to be in a band that tours on a regular basis."
Black Country Communion - made up of bassist/vocalist Hughes (Deep Purple, Trapeze, Black Sabbath), blues rock guitarist/vocalist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin), and keyboardist Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater) – have faced the challenge of building a global identity and following due to the busy schedules of its players, especially Bonamassa's heavy solo touring commitments, explained Hughes. more on this story