UK rockers Deep Purple are being very "Hush-Hush" about their upcoming studio album due out on April 26.
The band posted a very mysterious snippet from an interview to their Facebook page yesterday hinting at the album’s title, which is still “a big question mark,” according to lead vocalist Ian Gillan.
The album, recorded and mixed in Nashville, will be a nice follow-up from where the band left off in the 70’s but will also offer a fresh and modern take, according to the band’s record company, earMUSIC.
In November, Gillan also revealed a few of the album’s working song titles, which include “Out of Hands,” “Uncommon Man, and “Hell to Pay.”
The countdown to April 26 is on for the unnamed album over here!