Paramore collaborating with Green Day and MCR man

Band recording third album in Malibu with producer Rob Cavallo

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Paramore are currently recording their third album in Malibu with Green Day and My Chemical Romance producer Rob Cavallo.

The collaboration began on the band's collaboration for the 'Twilight' soundtrack, and the producer is now in charge of the group's full album

“It's almost too good,” frontwoman Hayley Williams told NME.COM of their collaboration. "Almost like I'm waiting on something bad to happen because it's been so easy. We were lucky because the position that we’re in a lot of people would have taken advantage of the poppier side of our band. If anything, Rob took advantage of the heavier side of our band, which is really cool.”

Tracks believed to be under consideration for the album include possible single 'Ignorance' and 'Playing'. Other working titles include 'Brick By Boring Brick' and 'Careful'.

For the full interview, including Williams revelation that the lyrics on the new album will be a lot more personal than on previous efforts, get this week's issue of NME, on UK newsstands now.

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