“I think there is going to be a 'Sonic Highways II,'” Vig said. “If it happens, it’ll probably happen next summer.”
Looks like the world should be bracing for a new batch of Garbage.
For obvious reasons, we're never getting a Nirvana reunion. But more than 20 years later, the band's commercial breakthrough remains such a defining moment in pop culture that it's always newsworthy whenever the remaining creative principals behind 'Nevermind' get together -- even if we aren't exactly sure how or why it's happening.
Butch Vig has been a staple in the rock scene for decades, yet many do not know his name. The highly-sought producer and drummer for Garbage has always flown just below the radar with casual alt-rock listeners. Vig seems to be content with that as Garbage are ready to drop their first studio album in seven years.