What are “The Psychotherapy Sessions” and why is Mudvayne teasing them for subsequent Tuesday, March 21? No one is aware of, however I suppose we’ll discover out quickly sufficient. In fact the guess right here is that there is perhaps new Mudvayne music coming for the primary time since 2009, however perhaps it is a tour? Mudvayne reunited in 2021 and has typically executed competition dates, although they did simply wrap up a tour with Rob Zombie final August. So keep tuned!
On the subject of latest materials, Mudvayne vocalist Chad Grey mentioned in a September 2022 interview with Revolver he and the band have been tossing round some riffs and seeing what they’ll give you.
“That is clearly one thing we obtained to cross, proper? There’s two methods you are able to do it. You can exit, and you’ll go as soon as across the rock and simply play catalog. For positive, that is completely a risk. Or you possibly can attempt to put one thing collectively. You possibly can gauge it, you possibly can resolve. I am not going to say as a result of I have been continuously writing, recording touring for the final 12 years with Hellyeah. So I do not suppose my properly’s dry by any means. And I am excited, I might be excited to put in writing with these guys.
“We’ve done a little bit of file sharing or whatever. Just some riffs. Greg [Tribbett, guitar] went into the studio in Texas. He lived in Texas. He went in there and just laid some stuff down, sent it to Matt. Matt put just a really simple metronome drum beat to it. I was working on it. It’s pretty rad, different stuff. I’ve got a few different angles that I’m working with kind of how I want it to be, my parts anyway. But it’s cool, it’s cool. And obviously we’re not going to put something out if I don’t feel like it stands up.”
Grey later added that the brand new materials would have “fucking blow my hair back” to be launched, including that he would not need to disappoint followers after such an extended wait between new materials. When requested what the brand new materials would possibly sound like, drummer Matthew McDonough chimed in saying the band is not simply going to repeat their former selves.
“I can’t honestly say. Some of the stuff that we have messed around is heavy. We messed around with some typical [sounds], people wouldn’t be terribly shocked, but the opportunity to experiment and given our past success, I think I feel a sense of freedom. There hasn’t been any kind of pressure from any professional direction to try to, ‘You guys going to write another ‘Dig’.’ Or ‘Not Falling’ or whatever; nothing like that. So the headspace and the culture around the band right now is incredibly positive. So I personally just would like to be wide open and excited and positive about it. I want to be surprised.”
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