Jake E Lee's Future In Music Unclear
He says he's already resisting pressure to make a follow-up to this year's debut album - unless he can do it on his own terms. And he's vowed he'll shut down the project if the moment feels right, adding that he doesn't believe he'll be missed.
Lee returned with Red Dragon Cartel after more than two decades away from the music business. Right now he's enjoying every minute, but he knows how he'll react if the situation changes.
He tells Sea Of Tranquility: "There's an abundance of song ideas - but I'm not guaranteeing that there will be another album. I know the record company hopes there is and the band hopes there is. I just did this as a last hurrah, to see what it felt like to be back out.
"I've had a lot of fun doing it. I miss my home life, though. I don't need this; as long as it's not tiresome or becomes too much of a job, I can see it going on. On the other hand.
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