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If Massive Attack are known for anything, it's certainly not a quick turnaround on albums.
But it looks like the duo might be breaking the habit of a lifetime and planning on getting the follow up to 2010's 'Heligoland' out sooner rather than later.
The band have posted a series of pictures on their Facebook wall of them in the studio with the likes of Damon Albarn, XL Records boss Richard Russell and Bobby Womack.
The duo previously worked with Albarn on the track 'Saturday Come Slow' from 'Heligoland' and Albarn and Russell have just produced Bobby Womack's first album in 18 years together.
The duo have also hinted at a new direction for their latest album saying, "Maybe we'll work with less people, maybe we'll do something a bit more symphonic and instrumental. It could be completely different on every level."
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