In a new interview centered on Red Hot Chili Peppers' upcoming album, 'I'm With You,' bassist Flea admits that he initially thought it might be best to break up the band than continue on after guitarist John Frusciante left the group.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have unveiled the cover art for their upcoming album, 'I'm With You,' which is due in stores on Aug. 30. The cover features a fly sitting on the edge of a pink-and-white drug capsule emblazoned with the disc's title, with the band's name faintly visible up top in white text against a light gray background.
Rick Rubin, the producer behind the next Metallica album and Red Hot Chili Peppers' upcoming disc 'I'm With You,' offers his inside look at both LPs in a new interview. The veteran knob-twiddler is also set to be an executive producer on ZZ Top's forthcoming album.
It’s no secret the Red Hot Chili Peppers are keeping their new album a bit mysterious and close to the body. But the California-based funk-rockers have finally unveiled the track listing for their album, ‘I’m With You,’ which drops August 30 in the U.S. via Warner Bros. Records.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea says listening non-stop to the classic Rolling Stones albums 'Tattoo You' and 'Exile on Main Street' inspired him while his band was creating their upcoming album, 'I'm With You.'
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