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Exclusive peeks at the foursome as they worked on new songs in L.A.
Posted on July 10, 2014 at 8:00pm EDT
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Frontman Rivers Cuomo and bassist Scott Shriner (back) chart out songs for Weezer's ninth studio album Everything Will Be Alright in the End in the lounge of Village Studios in Los Angeles.
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Cuomo lays down vocals for the album.
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Among Cuomo's guitars sits the ''Strat with the lightning strap'' that he sings about in the chorus of ''Back to the Shack.''
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Cuomo used this vintage guitar during the recording of Everything Will Be Alright in the End.
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Various pedals used in the studio.
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Guitarist Brian Bell in the studio.
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Drummer Pat Wilson hangs outside the Village Studios in Los Angeles.
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Cuomo, the literal frontman in this shot, and Shriner.
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The band has been playing shows frequently during the development of the new album, including a stop in Huntington, N.Y., last fall.
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Shriner and Cuomo discuss ideas for Everything Will Be Alright in the End.
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Cuomo listens to some tracks behind the studio's vintage Neve mixing board.