Rock super group Asia's
original line-up is to record a new studio album after reforming last year. Yes
star Steve Howe
, the guitarist of the group, insists he and his band mates are working well together - and still have plenty of new music left to record.
He tells Billboard
.com, "We're starting the process of recording, and we feel good about that, partly because we're getting on well and we think, 'Why not?' We're trying to make an album that isn't terribly predictable for us. We're not doing retrospective music; we're certainly going to try to show our histories but still have a slightly more diverse range."
Howe formed the progressive rock group in 1981 with King Crimson
and one-time Roxy Music
bass player John Wetton
, drummer Carl Palmer
of Emerson Lake & Palmer
fame and fellow Yes band mate Geoff Downes
The group's self-titled 1982 debut was a smash, spawning hits like Heat of The Moment
-Check out Asia's Discography
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