Alternative rock group Ween is gearing up the first studio album in 4 years.
Alternative act Ween has downsized the list of songs from over 50 to mere 20. These twenty songs are going to be the ones marking the track list of the band's eleventh studio album.
Dean Ween wrote in their official website: "We started out with 50 or 60 demos and whittled it down to around 20 songs. We recorded the album to 24-track two-inch tape, so it sounds the way music was meant to be heard." He added that there are more songs to complete the record and that they are catching up before their gigs starts on April 30.
Ween still hasn't reveal under which label they will release this record but they are for sure aiming late summer or early fall release. They were reported renting an old farmhouse starting from February 2006 which was modified into a working studio for this record.