New Yes Album Announcement

2014-02-03 by Onirium | 27 Comments
Despite being very busy with their retrospective tour right now, the legendary progressive rock band Yes announced that they have recently been writing and recording their 21st studio album.

This album will be the first with new singer Jon Davison (Glass Hammer, The Sky Cries Mary), who took the role after Benoit David's departure in 2012.

According to the band's bassist, Chris Squire, Davison was involved in the creative process, and will be bringing something new to Yes' style. Davison also announced that Roy Thomas Baker will be producing the album.

Baker is best known for having produced classic albums from Queen and other albums from bands such as The Smashing Pumpkins, Journey and Hawkwind.

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KILL
February 3rd 2014
80374 Comments


no

DamnVanne
February 3rd 2014
2290 Comments


maybe

Achilles32094
February 3rd 2014
8 Comments


Probably not

Mabbitt
February 3rd 2014
1541 Comments


I actually enjoyed Fly From Here so maybe this will be cool

DrHouseSchuldiner
February 3rd 2014
5643 Comments


Damn

JS19
February 3rd 2014
5708 Comments


These guys really want to find someone that sounds exactly like Jon Anderson damn

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Hoppoman
February 3rd 2014
718 Comments


Bring back Anderson!


Although it has potential, Fly From Here is pretty good.

OmairSh
February 3rd 2014
14120 Comments


Interesting

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osmark86
February 3rd 2014
5363 Comments


I'll still give it a go.

JS19
February 3rd 2014
5708 Comments


Fly From Here was awful what are you guys on about

StallionMang
February 3rd 2014
7739 Comments


I have faith

Mythodea
February 3rd 2014
4019 Comments


Without having heard the last album, I know it's far from being their best...Maybe an enjoyable one, but not a great one. Yet, do I want to hear their latest approach on music? Well, the answer is probably yes... (pun not intended)

spanndrew58
February 3rd 2014
58 Comments


Sometimes


Friday13th
February 3rd 2014
5732 Comments


No matter how long it's been since they've made a classic, there's always hope.

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
February 3rd 2014
21592 Comments


RTB is still alive? Damn

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Azn.
February 3rd 2014
5632 Comments


stop

JS19
February 3rd 2014
5708 Comments


'do I want to hear their latest approach on music?'

no

dante1991
February 3rd 2014
617 Comments


I'm calling it now, this will end up a 3ish, maybe 3.5 on a push. Hey, some of magnification was pretty great!

TwigTW
February 3rd 2014
2453 Comments


Nooooooooooooooooooooo!

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paradox1216
Emeritus
February 3rd 2014
730 Comments


eh we'll try it

Ire
February 3rd 2014
41948 Comments


please don't suck please don't suck

JokineAugustus
February 3rd 2014
8576 Comments


YES!!!

Notaflower
February 3rd 2014
333 Comments


Will fap

Klekticist
February 3rd 2014
1263 Comments


21st holy shit

GnarlyShillelagh
Emeritus
February 3rd 2014
6386 Comments


are they even good still tho

GreyLantern
February 4th 2014
3 Comments


Could never be worse than Open Your Eyes

tcat84
March 22nd 2014
1100 Comments


saw them live tonight and their lead singer sounded pretty much exactly like jon



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