With the upcoming “Music From Another Dimension” marking the end of their current deal with Columbia Records, Aerosmith may abandon the label world and take future release matters into their own hands.
Asked during a conference call with reporters on Thursday whether the band would consider self-releasing future projects, frontman Steven Tyler said that “if the band stays together, yeah, we’ll definitely go that route, something somewhere over there. We’ve been keeping record companies stocked with millions of shekels for years, been making a lot of people rich — not that we haven’t, but every now and then you get into arguments with labels (and) you think, ‘Where is all this money going?’ We’ve definitely thought of putting stuff out. I was very successful last year with a (single) called ‘It Feels So Good.’ It proves it can happen.”
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