Extreme Plan New Album and 'Full-Fledged' Tour


(TeamRock Radio) Extreme are aiming to release their next record next year and say they're planning a "full-fledged" tour. Guitarist Nuno Bettencourt said in November that the band had decided to take the slow route to its completion after they'd previously slated the follow-up to 2008's Saudades De Rock for release in 2014.

Now singer Gary Cherone says that they are hoping that their sixth album will finally be unveiled next year. Cherone tells Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer on WZLX:

"We're recording some stuff, and we're hoping to get something out for next year and do a full-fledged tour, because we also have Japan and Korea for later this year," to which Kramer says: "I'm keeping you guys in mind, because Aerosmith are going out to do a world tour." Read more here.

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