After the success of reviving the Bush name with 2011's 'The Sea of Memories' album, frontman Gavin Rossdale and his band are now back at work on the follow-up.

In a new posting, the band revealed that they are currently in the studio with Grammy-winning producer Nick Raskulinecz. The knob-turner has manned the boards for such top acts as Deftones, Foo Fighters and Alice in Chains and has also recently been working on the next Adelitas Way album.

The band set up shop at Dave Grohl's Studio 606 in Northridge, Calif., where they are laying down the music for their next album. In addition to the photo seen below, there are several other photos from the studio that can be found at the band's Facebook page.


Bush reformed in 2010, with Rossdale and drummer Robin Goodridge remaining as holdovers from the original band that hit it big in the '90s. Guitarist Chris Traynor, who joined the band in 2002, also returned, while bassist Corey Britz made his Bush debut on the 2011 'The Sea of Memories' disc.