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Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis says that during the recording of the band's next album he has been the "most open-minded and refreshed" then he's been in a long time.

Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis spoke out recently on what fans can expect from the group’s latest effort. “I think that during the writing of this record I have been the most open-minded and refreshed than I have been in a long time,” Kiedis told Spin. “I guess that comes from a much-needed hiatus and becoming a father.” This album, the band’s first since 2006’s Stadium Arcadium, will mark the tenth full-length release from the alternative icons. Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis spoke out recently on what fans can expect from the group’s latest effort. “I think that during the writing of this record I have been the most open-minded and refreshed than I have been in a long time,” Kiedis told Spin. “I guess that comes from a much-needed hiatus and becoming a father.” This album, the band’s first since 2006’s Stadium Arcadium, will mark the tenth full-length release from the alternative icons. Longtime Chili Peppers staple John Frusciante vacated his role as guitarist before production and frequent collaborator Josh Klinghoffer has filled in. He began recording with the group this past September. “[Frusciante] was something unique that shaped our sound then, but now I think it’s also something fresh and exciting to have a new, incredible musical mind working with us now,” said Kiedis about Frusciante’s departure. “We are still the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but we also have to adapt and welcome new opportunities. After all, that is how we’ve survived all these years.” Rick Rubin, longtime pal of the Chilis, will once again aid in the production of the as-yet untitled album. This article appears courtesy of RTTNews.com