The rumor went around for a while, but now it’s really confirmed: funkrockband Red Hot Chili Peppers will be on the 15th of march occur on the historic site of the pyramids of Giza, in Egypt. Reports that the British music magazine New Musical Express (NME).
The band works in the last few weeks on new material. The devastating Woolsey Fire, which at the end of last year in southern California, almost 40,000 hectares in the ashes laid, threw, however, a spanner in the works. “The fire approached the building in which we on our album worked”, gave drummer Chad Smith. “There was no damage, but we could not be more to the inside. When was the process of forced silent for a moment.”
The release of the new album will be released may therefore be delayed, but fans can in the meantime to their heart’s content a the megaconcert that is scheduled for march 15, at the foot of the historic pyramids of Giza in Egypt. The Peppers have announced the concert yesterday with a short video on their Facebook page.