Ray Toro said, "Back in L.A. we just got a studio so we’re kind of building that out and basically trying to make a compound where we can be creative and be there whenever we want to be."
Having their own studio space "where we can go and make music 24 hours a day," he added, may combat the looming pressures of time constraints.
The band also revealed that they have tapped engineer Doug McKean, who worked on The Black Parade and Danger Days... to help them out in the studio.
Noise11 is set to post the full video interview this week!
Here's a little fan quote from Frank Iero:
"There’s a big difference between being just a music fan or a popular music fan and you’re a fan of a band. When you’re a fan of a band you don’t have to like everything, but you have to follow them because they know better than you do what their band is supposed to be doing and when you do follow and you do give it as many listens as it needs to like it or to appreciate it, then that band has opened your mind a little bit and you’re a better person because of that band and that’s why you’re a fan of that band."