Black Country Communion bandmates Jason Bonham and Joe Bonamassa have been working on a new album. The guitar hero revealed to GuitarInternational.com that the drummer has been helping him on his forthcoming release.
“We just finished a record a couple of weeks ago,” he said. “Jason Bonham played drums and Carmine Rojas played bass. It sounds a lot like a refined A New Day Yesterday.”
Rojas is known for his work with David Bowie and Rod Stewart. Bonamassa went on to compare the new album with his 2000 debut record.
“The production is a little bigger and a little more sophisticated [than A New Day Yesterday],” he said. “It’s being mastered right now.”
The as-yet untitled album is tentatively set for release next year.
Source : Gibson.com