DEF LEPPARD Has No Plans To Release New Full-Length Album Anytime Soon, Says PHIL COLLEN

DEF LEPPARD guitarist and MANRAZE frontman Phil Collen stopped by Ultimate Classic Rock recently for an extensive two-part interview. Collen also brought along his guitar to deliver a solo acoustic rendition of the title track off DEF LEPPARD‘s 1987 album “Hysteria”. Check out the performance below.

When asked if there are any plans for DEF LEPPARD to release an all-new studio album anytime soon, Collen replied, “No, there’s not and I’ll tell you why: We actually did three new songs, three studio songs for [the live album] ‘Mirrorball’, which was great. I really believe in this day and age unless you’re going to do an album like [MANRAZE‘s] ‘PunkFunkRootsRock’, which we did in less than two weeks; I don’t think there’s much point in doing an album because it’s such a quick turnaround, you have a song and then it’s gone. For us to do an album, it’d take at least eight months unless we were doing it on tour. What I think is going to happen — I’ve already started writing some…

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