Halestorm Has 'Two Albums Worth Of Material' For Next LP

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Halestorm frontperson Lzzy Hale has told Oklahoma City radio station KATT that the band plans to enter the studio in late spring 2020 to begin work on the follow-up to last year's Vicious album.

Hale remarked, "After we finished the last record, Vicious, we had so much material that wasn't even recorded, we had a lot of material that was recorded that wasn't even included on the record, and then since then, we have about two albums' worth of material. So it's almost like Vicious was a launchpad for all this new stuff to come. So I can't wait to actually get it down and show it to everybody."

Hale told us a while back that Halestorm never has firm concepts for a new record before they start making it: "I guess the pattern that we've kind of followed, or fell into I should say, 'cause there's never really a plan in this camp, has been we don't really know, you know, how the record is gonna develop until we get into the studio."

​Halestorm and Godsmack will join forces for a month-long U.S. tour in the fall. The trek will kick off on September 20th in Green Bay, Wisconsin and end on October 18th in Tulsa, Oklahoma.