Fifth album sees them go for a 'raw and edgy' sound
Irish indie metallers Therapy? are holed up in the studio working on a new single album due for release in the autumn.
Andy Cairns and co are holed up in Great Linford Manor Studios working on material. They plan to release a single in September and an album in October.
A spokesman said: “The new material will have a raw edgy sound, more reminiscent of our earlier Wiiija recordings.”
The album is produced by Head who worked on PJ Harvey‘s ‘Dry’ and ‘Is This Desire’.
The band have been out of action for five months after drummer Graham Hopkins broke his elbow. Therapy?‘s last album was 1998’s ‘Semi-Detached.
This activity follows signing a new worldwide record deal with US label Ark 21 after leaving A & M before its takeover by Polygram.