As if 2010's schedule of anticipated new albums wasn't full enough already, Canadian electro bangers Crystal Castles are also at work on a new full-length. The controversy-drawing duo have taken a long enough break from starting riots to hole up with British producer Paul Epworth and get to work on their second album.
Epworth, who has previously worked with the likes of Bloc Party and Florence and the Machine, has just finished a full week of recording with the Castles. BBC 6 Music points to a recent message on Epworth's Twitter, where he said the album would "change the rules of the pop game."
No other information is known about the album at this time, but it will most likely make your 2010 listening experience that much busier.