Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme, co-founders of the American rock band EODM (Eagles Of Death Metal), after seven years will release their fourth studio album, ZIPPER DOWN.
For recordings of ZIPPER DOWN to Pink Duck Studios in Burbank, California, Hughes and Homme co-wrote all the songs except the cover of Duran Duran "Save A Prayer". The two also played all the instruments and sang songs. Production was responsible Homme.
"The new album, ZIPPER DOWN, for me is an attitude and a philosophy of life," says Hughes. "You should not close the flash, but we should keep it down and leave everything hanging out."
Homme (also called "Baby Duck") he adds: "According to a medical study three out of four say ZIPPER DOWN both an auditory orgasm trapped in a shoot-laser. And I believe it. "
As for the first single, precise Homme: " 'Complexity' is the musical equivalent of grabbing a lucky rabbit's foot still attached with the unfortunate rabbit." " 'Complexity' is our way of saying 'Falla easy, stupid," adds Hughes.
The EODM were founded in 1998 in Palm Desert, California by two friends to skin Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme. Despite their name, the EODM (Eagles Of Death Metal) are not a death metal band. According to legend, a friend made known to Josh Homme Homme death metal and wondered how he could play a cross between the Eagles and death metal. The band released Peace Love Death Metal in 2004, followed by Death By Sexy in 2006, and Heart On in 2008.
The duo is also working on a documentary produced by VICE and shot by Alex Hoffman. The Redemption of the Devil is an intimate portrait and brutally honest than a year in the life of Jesse Hughes.