It looks like Interpol have started work on their new album, after sharing a photo from the band seemingly back in rehearsals.
Taking to the band’s Twitter account, guitarist Dan Kessler shared a photo of drummer Sam Fogarino’s bass drum pierced by the beater, with the caption: “Pretty good rehearsal today. Sam crushed it.”
Pretty good rehearsal today. Sam crushed it.-DK pic.twitter.com/eTyWl2kuuG
— Interpol (@Interpol) October 30, 2016
NME has contacted Interpol’s representatives for a response.
Dengler parted ways with the NYC band after the completion but before the release of their self-titled fourth album in 2010, before pursuing a career as an actor.
“I was experiencing so much pain being in the band, being in the music industry,” he told Talk Music Talk. “I have to admit that I couldn’t help but to feel that the band was constraining a creative impulse. It wasn’t for lack of actually trying to make it work; it was still three tortuous years of trying to… I got sober and I said, ‘Okay, enough of this fucking rock star shit. Who am I really?’”
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