Chicago alt-rockers Veruca Salt have announced via Twitter that they will be entering the studio with producer Brad Wood to record “…a couple of songs”. Wood produced the group’s 1994 album American Thighs, which features the group’s hit track “Seether”.
The band had announced in March last year that they would be on indefinite hiatus. Their last album was 2006’s IV.
It's confirmed: We are heading into the studio in October with none other than Brad Wood to record a couple of songs.
— Veruca Salt (@verucasalt) September 21, 2013
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