ARCTIC MONKEYS- Announced New Album from 2012

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Arctic Monkeys têm falado sobre seus planos para o novo Album “Suck It And See” e disseram que querem fazer um “álbum mais pesado novamente .

A banda de Sheffield, que acaba de completar sua turnê mundial do seu quarto álbum de estúdio, Artrocker disse que eles estão fazendo planos para o seu seguimento e estão esperando para continuar a escrever musicas na veia .

Questionado sobre seus planos futuros, o vocalista Alex Turner disse: “Acho que estamos indo na direção dessas músicas mais pesadas Nós fizemos, e eu acho que é onde ele vai ter menos na próxima.      

Turner, em seguida, disse que a banda sentiu os mais fortes momentos de “Suck It And See” são uma das coisas mais pesadas, acrescentando: “Nós sentimos a força do último disco ” as outras músicas desse tipo – ‘Brick By Brick “- o outro lado é bom, mas eu não sei quanto mais de que nós podemos fazer”.

Turner acrescentou que espera que a banda iria gravar um álbum em sua cidade natal, Sheffield em breve e que ele ficaria feliz em escrever no  ensaio banda , ao invés de violão para além de seus companheiros de banda. Ele disse:

    Seria bom gravar em Sheffield, algo que não fizemos à muito tempo. Eu estava morando em Nova York, e é aí que eu escrevi um monte daquelas músicas, e o fato de que eu e os outros camaradas estão do meu lado será ótimo.

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Arctic Monkeys have spoken about their plans for the follow-up to ‘Suck It And See’ and have said they want to make a “heavier’ new album.

The Sheffield band, who have just completed their world tour in support of their fourth studio album, told Artrocker that they’re making plans for its follow-up and are hoping to keep writing tracks in the vein of recent single ‘R U Mine?’.

  Asked about their future plans, frontman Alex Turner said: “I think we’re going to go the direction of those heavier tunes. We did ‘R U Mine?’, and I think that’s where it’s going to be at for us for the next record.”

Turner then said that the band felt the strongest moments of ‘Suck It And See’ were the heavier bits, adding: “We feel the strength of the last record is ‘Don’t Sit Down…’, the other songs like that – ‘Brick By Brick’ – the other side of it is fine, but I don’t know how much more of that we can do.”

Turner added that he hoped the band would record an album in their home city of Sheffield soon and that he would be glad to write in the band’s rehearsal space, rather than on acoustic guitar apart from his bandmates. He said:

It would be nice to record in Sheffield, which we haven’t done for a while. I was living in New York, and that’s where I wrote a lot of those songs, and the fact that me and the other chaps were on either side of a large body of water – I wrote a lot on acoustic guitar in the flat. Then we went and applied to it what we thought they needed, which is not really a way that we worked before.

He continued: “Mostly it’s the just the four of us hashing it out in a rehearsal space, but those kind of songs were in the minority on the last record due to circumstance really.”

You can watch NME.com’s video of the Arctic Monkeys’ 10 best songs by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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