September 4, 2006 11:15

The Breeders team up with Nirvana producer

As they work on new album

The Breeders team up with Nirvana producer
The Breeders are working with Nirvana producer Steve Albini on their fourth album.

The untitled album will be the follow up to 2002’s ’Title TK’, which was also produced by Albini, as was their 1990 debut 'Pod'.

According to a post on drummer Jose Medeles' Official Website the band will be recording in LA.

The post reads: “So here’s the latest update in Breederland...We'll be recording this month in LA...The studio in Dayton fell through due to elements out of our control, we tried...

Kim (Deal- Breeders frontwoman) and Kelley (Deal- guitar) will head to Albini’s to work on a couple songs in September...

Mando (Lopez- bass) is filming a ton of great footage for our DVD...thanks to everyone offering us shows, we're flattered...but we have to get this record in the can...thanks and I'll keep you posted...all the best”

The band’s last UK show was in November celebrating record label 4AD’s 25th birthday.

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