No Age are currently in the studio working on the follow up album to 2008's Nouns. The album will be noisy, but with more of a poop edge to it. They've been working with engineer Pete Lyman and hope to release sometime this Summer.
They even stopped by Daytrotter to play some songs that they've been kicking around for a while.
Randy Randall recently told Pitchfork that the band had worked through a lot of the musical recording and had vocals and mixing left to finish up.
"Right now, I think we have a couple more days in the studio. It's pretty far along. We haven't got to the mixing part yet, and we haven't started doing vocals yet. But most of the tracking and overdubs are almost done, so I would say we're 60 to 75 percent done."
"We have been writing almost all year. In between dates out on the road, we come back and just write for it. We first went into the studio in December for a few days, so we work in small blocks. We come into the studio here, then go to our home studio and demo stuff, so we bounce back and forth between doing our own recording and then doing it at the studio."