Airbourne Didn't Rush New Album

(Classic Rock) Airbourne frontman Joel O'Keeffe admits the band cut corners while they were making second album No Guts No Glory. But they made sure they didn't make the same mistake with new record Black Dog Barking.

"We might have rushed a few things here and there, because we had two world tours back to back up against each other, " O'Keeffe tells KROCK105.7. "We recorded the music just in the middle of all that. We even had some shows between recording.

"This time, we spaced it out. We worked with producer Brian Howes he loves the same kind of music that we do like Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Judas Priest and Elvis.

"He always wanted to make a rock'n'roll record but he never got the chance to. When we worked with him it was very comfortable. We got to do this right." He had more to say.

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