jeudi 22 mars 2012


3eme ALBUM:

le groupe est entré en studio pour enregistrer le 3eme album en juin pour une sortie dans les bacs fin 2012. Glenn Hughes précise que ce 3eme album devrait être plus noir dans les textes et dans la même veine que le 2eme album.

1er teaser:

A la fin du deuxieme jour d'enregistrement en studio, Glenn a révélé "Jour 2 avec BCC:  4 pistes enregistrées".

Ca y est on connait le titre et la pochette de l'album "Afterglow" et qui sortira dans les bacs le 29 octobre 2012.

Nouveau trailer dévoilant des extraits de titres et la date de sortie de l'album.


Pendant 5 jours, le groupe s'est réuni pour enregistrer Afterglow au studio au Westlake Village, à coté d'Hollywood. 11 Titres hard rock figurent sur ce disque mettant en valeur "the voice of rock".

Glenn Hughes explique qu'il souhaitait quelques titres accoustiques. 2 sont présents sur cet album. Glenn rappelle aussi qu'il voulait que Derek soit plus présent et des morceaux plus aggressifs. La voix est plus agressive sur "Crawl" et "midnight sun".
Hughes partage le chant avec Bonamassa sur le titre"Cry Freedom".
Black Country Communion espère un "Afterglow tour dès 2013.

Voici les notes de Glenn sur les 11 titres de l'album:

"Big Train": "It's very quirky and British-sounding. Jason Bonham is an incredible timekeeper. I love the way he provides the engine room on that song."

"This Is Your Time": "Let's give Jason Bonham a little more love. He writes his songs on an iPhone whilst driving his car, which is completely nuts. It really helps the groove factor. He emailed me some footage of him playing this song. He wrote the music and I wrote the lyrics. It has a huge chorus, too. Jason is not just a brilliant drummer - he's a great songwriter."

"Midnight Sun": "I had my wallet stolen in a Starbucks and arrived late at the studio. When I got there, the guys were fooling around with a song that sounds quite a lot like The Who, thanks to those Rabbit Bundrick-style keyboards. I picked up my bass and joined in. It's quite a romp; there's a definite vibe of Moon and Entwistle."

"Confessor": "The first album had No Time, which was slow and groovy. I wrote 'Confessor' that way too, but when Jason heard it he insisted upon playing it - in his own words - like his dad would have done. We're a democratic band and I went along with that. When he turbo-d it up it really came to life."

"Cry Freedom": "I sang this one alone originally until Kevin pointed out that the album didn't have a song with split vocals. Joe and I sing well together. I've never had a problem sharing a microphone with other great singers. We really let rip off one another on this one, which has a ZZ Top/Humble Pie kind of a vibe."

"Afterglow": "[At more than six minutes long] it's an epic song. I was adamant that this album should have a proper title instead of a number. I played it to the band right at the end of sessions - purposely so. When they heard it on acoustic guitar, everybody agreed that it should name the album."

"Dandelion": "I wrote it slower than we recorded it; maybe I had too much coffee that day. Had we done it that way then maybe it would have sounded a bit dirge-like. Jason sets the tempos - he's got a really good ear for the way that a song should sound."

"The Circle": "It's one of my favorites on this record. It gives me the chance to use my 'breathier' voice. Kevin asked me to sing it an octave higher than I intended, and it worked. The high voice in the chorus is not my falsetto, it's my upper register natural voice. I'm singing about being powerless; being in a dreamlike state. People have spoken about my voice and bass playing for so many years, I hope that this time they notice my lyrics because I'm very proud of them."

"Common Man": "That's another of the songs that came from Jason. When he sang me its melody acapella, I could hear myself singing it. It could have been a song from Deep Purple's Stormbringer album; he wrote it for my voice."

"The Giver": "When you listen to the end of the song, if people are trying to figure out what key it's in, I'm playing a capo [a device that raises the pitch of notes] on the fifth fret. When I wrote it, I deliberately held back from completing it because it needed Joe's input. Kevin helped as well."

"Crawl": "Some people may know that this song was going to be on BCC2 but we held it over because there simply wasn't enough room. To me, it fits this album a lot better. It's a really aggressive song - it's dangerous and angry. I love it. It's a great way to finish the record."

Le CD est en pré-commande le 11 septembre à l'adresse

Webisode 1

Webisode 2

Webisode 3

Webisode 4

Webisode 5

Webisode 6

Des extraits des 11 titres sont ecoutable sur

1er extrait "Confessor" téléchargeable gratuitementà l'adresse:

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