Greta Van Fleet are hard at work on their third studio album, preparing a return to the stripped-down sound they released in 2021 with The Battle At Garden Gate that showed the band aren’t afraid of taking risks within the rock ‘n’ roll genre.
Speaking to Heavy Consequence about the new forthcoming coming album, Drummer Danny Wagner stated:
It’s nearing completion, and we’re very excited about it.
Bassist Sam Kiszka also added:
It’s conceptually going back to almost the days in the garage, with the raw energy of the sound. But expanding on that because we’re the best musicians we’ve ever been.
The bass player also previously stated in an earlier interview:
It’s like the whole concept of going back almost to the roots of what we did, kind of bringing our heads back to that garage time. And not spending all this time making it perfect. But just capturing what’s going on and making it exciting and raw and energetic.
With a triumphant return to performing on the horizon, Greta Van Vleet has been welcomed onto Metallica’s 2023 and 2024 world tour dates. The band will also be taking part in their Helping Hands charity concert for its third year alongside some long-anticipated headlining appearances previously postponed due to health issues experienced by members Josh Kiszka and Jake Kiszka earlier this year.
While Josh suffered from an eardrum rupture during a show in Maine, Jake was hospitalised with pneumonia that posed difficulties diagnosing at first.
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