Steer recently told MetalShineBlogg about the new record:
"Yeah. There's a mutual agreement between us that we'd like to do one. There's an awareness that if we can get through the next seven months of touring and festivals and still like each other and feel good about this, we definitely want to do a record. There's loads of lessons we learnt on this one and while I've still got it fresh in my head, I want to build on that. It's fun, but it's a really challenging thing to do because I haven't done anything creatively in this genre of music for so long, but it suddenly felt very fresh. I had escaped it because it was too limited in my mind and after a few years of doing other styles of music, I found there were new limitations with that and I wanted to go back and do extreme music again. [laughs] You can never be 100% happy, but right now this is what I like doing. As I said, it's a challenge and probably more so now than ever, because it's hard to be innovative in this music. There's a lot of incredible players out there. Especially the American guys, they're treating it like a sport and the drummers especially and you have to admire the dedication and tenacity, but I also think this music has to have a little bit of soul and maybe some swing."