Monday, February 14, 2011

A Perfect Circle leader claims “band will record again” as soon as he can find a studio.

Resurrected supergroup A Perfect Circle along with preparation for some festival appearances this year has written a few new songs. Band leader Billy Howedel said in an interview with The Pulse of Radio that he would get more done if he had a place to work:

“I kind of had the biggest void of writing in the past few years I've ever had. I don't really have a great place to work. I had a house with a studio and sold that, and so I don't have this readily available studio. And it's the worst reason in the world to not be doing it, but we're basically an unsigned band, we can kind of do what we want and put it out how we want and we can kind of turn it around pretty quickly....that is if I find a place to start working.”

A Perfect Circle came out of a six year hiatus last fall to tour and is going to perform at The Rock On the Range Festival May-21-22 in Columbus, OH. The band is also going to co-headline The Edgefest in Toronto July 9th.

The band also includes singer Maynard James Keenan (Tool/Puscifer), James Iha (The Smashing Pumpkins), Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails, The Descendants) and Matt McJunkins (Ashes Divide, Puscifer).

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