No Doubt have revealed that they will return to the studio next week to record their first studio album in six years, despite the fact that their lead singer Gwen Stefani will not be able to join them.
Stefani is currently touring her latest solo album The Sweet Escape in North America, but the remaining members of the band have revealed this won’t stop them heading into the studio.
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, drummer Adrian Young explained: “The three of us are going to lay down some songs with music only. When she gets done with the tour we’ll all be there to do it. We’ve probably got four albums worth of ideas demoed.”
He furthered that the new material will be “unlike anything else we’ve ever made.”
The record is expected to be ready for release in 2008.