Deep Purple Taking New Direction On New Album
In a new interview with 100% Rock magazine, frontman Ian Gillan shared an update on Purple's first album since 2005's "Rapture Of The Deep."
"It's being mixed as we speak," says Gillan. "We've finished recording. It's a new tone, it's a new direction, it's fresh stuff. I think it was all written and recorded in Nashville, and the reason we went there not to make a country record, but because Bob Ezrin, our producer, lives in Nashville and so it made a lot of sense because he had all the studio facilities and back up and everything else. So it made it really easy."
"It was a great environment to record in and yeah, there's a bit of diversity on the record," the singer continues. "There's some sort of defining music is just so hard; it's just really it's hard to define." more on this story
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