Whitesnake is currently trying to figure out whether or not to record a new album, fronter David Coverdale said in an interview with Metelshrine.
The rock legend said he's been talking to his co-producers Doug Aldrich and Michael McIntyre about an unplugged LP:
"I wanna do an unplugged record, and we're still talking about it," Coverdale said. "Believe me, I would love the challenge to go further than Forevermore, because Doug and I and the band are so up for that. It's just taking a whole [expletive] year to write new songs and quality songs, because we're very critical."
The 61-year-old added that part of the dilemma for him is committing to a long tour to support a studio album.
"My last long tour was in 2011, and you're gonna see shorter ones now and I wanna make sure I have the physical energy and power to be able to present shows as people wanna see me," he said. "If I commit to a nine-month tour, I don't think I'm gonna be able to deliver."
by RTT Staff Writer
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