(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Red Hot Chili Peppers are reportedly piecing together tour plans for 2006.
The rock group is expected to hit the road next year in support of their new album due next year, the follow-up to 2002’s ‘By The Way.’
The band told NME.com that they have been in the studio working with legendary producer Rick Rubin since March of this year on an album rumored to be titled “Stadium Arcadium,’ and that dates are planned starting next April.
Bass player extraordinaire described the new album to reporters: “It’s very honest music, and I feel like we improved as craftsmen. We gave all we had to this album.”
“We recorded a huge quantity of music,” Flea continued. “We’re so in the middle of it, so it’s hard to step back and look at it, but we think it’s the best stuff we’ve ever done.”
Their last international tour was in 2004. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers