Arctic Monkeys start recording sixth studio album
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Arctic Monkeys' bassist Nick O’Malley has reportedly confirmed that the band started recording their eagerly-anticipated new album this month (September) while also revealing when fans should expect it to be released.

News from the Sheffield group has been relatively quiet over the last few years. 

Drummer Matt Helders recently met a fan and gave them an update on the new Arctic Monkeys’ album, suggesting that new material could be expected later this year. But now O’Malley appears to have revealed that the record will come out in 2018 instead.

O'Malley spoke to For The Ride, with the article stating that “Nick found time for the track day before recording began on the eagerly anticipated sixth album, started at a secret location in September. The new album will be out next year because ‘if it isn’t, we’ve got problems’.”

So new album out in 2018 and recording sessions have already started.

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Source: NME

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