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MensajeTema: MTV News: Tokio Hotel Working On 'Dark' Anthems- YA LLEVAN 8 CANCIONES GRABADAS!!   Miér Ene 28, 2009 6:48 pm

Tokio Hotel Working On 'Dark' Anthems For Next Album
Producers the Matrix discuss their work on upcoming LP, tentatively due in the spring.
By Gil Kaufman

been awhile since the production trio known as the Matrix worked on
such a highly anticipated album. But that will change this spring when
Tokio Hotel release the follow-up to their English language
breakthrough album, Scream. The yet-untitled album is being co-produced
by the pop songwriters/producers best known for their work with Avril
Lavigne, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and Korn.

"We're in the middle of working on the Tokio Hotel record right now,"
Matrix member Lauren Christy said Tuesday, the same day the
collective's long-lost album featuring a then-unknown singer by the
name of Katy Perry dropped on iTunes. "We've
done eight songs for that record ... and I love the singer's voice and
the fact that they play their own instruments. They're a real band, and
they're very dark. They're this almost-perfect, gorgeous-looking band
but with music that's very dark."

So far, Christy said the
German group has laid down tracks at two different Los Angeles studios
with the Matrix and with their own in-house production team over the
past few months, with a mix that includes very "strong, anthem-y" songs
with a dark edge and "lots of guitars."

Fellow Matrix
producer Scott Spock said the sessions have been one of the most
exciting and enjoyable of his career. "We've worked with so many
different people, and when you get into a room where magic just starts
happening ... it makes everything really fun," he said, comparing the
spark to the one he felt working with Lavigne and Korn. "It's the same experience with Tokio Hotel. ... They are all really talented and can write and play, and they're the real deal."

Spock said he can't recall the last time he worked with a singer who had as much star quality as TH leader Bill Kaulitz. "The music business really needs Tokio Hotel right now," Spock said."They're
reviving that image of what a rock star is. ... Their writing has
developed massively, and we're experimenting a bit with some Depeche
Mode influence. ... It doesn't sound like anything else out there right
now. People don't want to hear a bunch of 808s and Auto-Tuned vocals.
They want the real stuff."

Christy added that one of the
other things she's grown to love about the rockers is their strong
sense of identity, one that seems impervious to the Matrix's tendency
toward a big, bright pop sound. "The
band is so aware of what they are, and when you have an artist that's
that strong, you can't pull them and homogenize them and make them
sound like they're not. They're very opinionated about what they want."

strong sense of self has made it easier to work with the guys as they
try to introduce some more American rock styles to their sound, Spock
said, while working hard not to lose that unique essence that has made
them worldwide stars already. "The
push and pull between the camps has been great," he said. "And I think
the album will be great because of that. I'm going to look back on this
in 10 years and say, 'Wow, I worked with Tokio Hotel!' "

said TH came to the Matrix because they really liked the ballad they'd
co-written with Avril Lavigne, "I'm With You," as well as their
production on Korn's See You on the Other Side album.

like the sadness of that song and were really touched by it," she said
of the Lavigne tune. "They like the Korn records too, but they said,
'We wouldn't do that, but it's really good. But it's not truthful to us
as a band.' " So far, the Matrix have been co-writing all the songs
they've worked on with TH for the album, and at press time, Scott said
they had completed work on six of those tunes.

The album is
tentatively due in late spring, according to Christy; a spokesperson
for TH's label could not be reached for comment at press time. "Their
confidence in knowing exactly who they are and what they're doing,
given how youthful they are, is amazing," Spock said. "They definitely
bring the dark side of the pop song, not like a Lamb of God record but
with rock influences that will cross over to so many different kids ...
and even some adults."

In addition to the TH album,
Christy said the Matrix have been grinding away on Korn singer Jonathan
Davis' solo debut, an album by "iCarly" star Miranda Cosgrove, the next
Ashley Tisdale CD and the soundtrack to the rebooted "Fame."

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