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Posted on Jul 01, 2014 02:41 pm
Josh Klinghoffer might be best known as the guitarist for Red Hot Chili Peppers, but the LA based funk-rock outfit is not his only pursuit.
As Billboard reports, Klinghoffer is set to release a new LP with Dot Hacker, in which he is frontman. The alt-rock group releases their second album, "How's Your Process? (Work)," today. Check out a sample below.
Dot Hacker was formed by Klinghoffer and Clint Walsh in 2006, when the pair were touring as part of Gnarls Barkley. The band, which also features Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke, released their debut album titled "Inhibition," in 2012.
"How's Your Process? (Work)" will be followed by a sequel, titled "How's Your Process? (Play)" in the near future. Speaking about the decision to release two albums, Clint Walsh had the following to say:
"We recorded a lot of songs over the last year with the intention of making a single full length album. We never actually expected that all of them would make the final sequence. However, we quickly realized there was nothing we felt should be left off."