It looks like Atreyu are working on a follow-up to their 2018 album 'In Our Wake' - and blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus looks to be helping them out. In a photo posted to the official Atreyu Instagram, the members of the band are featured in a recording studio, alongside Mark and producer John Feldmann.
If John Feldmann is producing their next effort, this would mark the second Atreyu album produced by him - following their 2007 album 'Lead Sails, Paper Anchors'.
In the caption of the post, Atreyu have shared "2020 is already off to a great start".
We spoke to Atreyu around the released of their 2018 album 'In Our Wake' - check out a small snippet of our chat below:
WHO DO YOU FEEL ATREYU ACTUALLY ARE TODAY? WHAT DO YOU FEEL THAT REPRESENT WITHIN THE SCENE IN THE MODERN DAY? "You know I don’t know where we fit in any scene and I don’t think that any scene knows where we fit. I think that’s just part of us. This is going to sound a little cocky but I’m a singer in a band. I don’t think we fit into any genre. I think we are hard to pin down. When we first started it was a little easier. We were a metallic hardcore band with singing parts. There wasn’t any else like that when we were doing it. People get confused and say ‘you’re a metalcore band’, but we invented metalcore. That may sound cocky but I don’t care. We pre-date Poison The Well and Killswitch Engage and all those bands. I’ve been doing this since I was literally 12 years old. So throughout that I still don’t know where we fit, and I think our fans know that. This is the place to be you. This is our driving force and heartbeat. This is the place we go to express ourselves. I think our fan base and the people who like our band are like that too. They like music and we play music."