Oasis have returned to the studio to finish their new album, without Death In Vegas producers Tim Holmes and Richard Fearless.
The follow up to ‘Heathen Chemistry’, expected for release before the end of the year, was being recorded at Sawmills Studio in Cornwall. However, a source close to the band has revealed that the band will finish the album at their own studios.
The source said: "Oasis have finished the sessions with Death In Vegas and have returned to their own studio to continue work on their sixth studio album," reports NME.com.
Noel Gallagher revealed that despite the sacking of drummer Alan White, and the change of producers, the band hope to have the album out before then end of the year. "We’ve done a bunch of really fucking good demos and we put together a running order of what we thought the album was gonna be and we whittled it down to ten tracks. But we’ve had that for a few months now," he explained.
Noel also explained that all the band are writing new material for the album, including a song by Liam called ‘Love Is Like A Bomb’. Other titles for the album include 'They Ain't Got Nothing On Me’, ‘Stop The Clocks’, They Ain't `Got Nothing On You', 'Longer', 'You Wanna Feel My Shame', 'Singin' Your Life', 'Revolution Man', 'Say It', and 'The Good Rebel'.
The band are also rumoured to have been in talks with festival organiser Michael Eavis, to appear at this years Glastonbury festival, though nothing has been confirmed.