Pearl Jam Records with Incubus’ Guitarist

Pearl Jam is working hard in the studio on a new album yet to be titled, but there have been a few tidbits here and there that have been leaked. For example, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger will be featured on the album.

Einziger tweeted from Los Angeles, saying that in the early hours of Wednesday he was jamming with the band and recording strings for their upcoming LP, via Antiquiet. He even posted a photo of the recording to get fans pumped, and pumped they are indeed. The tweet went as follows: “In the studio with my girl and Eddie Vedder, recording strings for Pearl Jam’s new album :)”

The famous Pearl Jam had their landmark, debut album in 1991 entitled Ten. They sold a whopping 10 million copies in the United States alone, and a new set is more than welcome for the band. Back in February, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready went on to tell Rolling Stone that the band had about seven songs that were near completion for their follow-up album to 2009’s Backspacer. The band plans to finish the new album by this year, as guaranteed by McCready. In a previous interview, Vedder had told Rolling Stone that Pearl Jam was only about half way to completing their new album, so hopefully they’ll pull the album together before the year ends. Fans everywhere are anticipating it very much so, and now with this information surfacing, they’ll be anticipating the album even more. All we can do now is sit and wait, and maybe jam out to some of their past hits.