Cold Chisel will get back together again for 2014 and there is more new music on the way.
"Getting ready to announce some new releases? sometime in the next week? We'll post it here first," the band announced on their Facebook page on Friday.
Work on the next record is in the early stages but underway.
"We really actually for the first time in our history sat in a room, just four of us and tried to write songs together and it was very enjoyable," Don Walker told Noise11.com.
Walker has written the bulk of Chisel's material and occasionally collaborations have happened but never in the way this record has been done.
"There have been Cold Chisel songs before that were written by various pairs of us but they weren't written in the one room," Walker explained.
"This is the first time that we sat in a room and tried somebody coming up with an idea and tried to work songs through".
Walker said the group were keen to involve Charley Drayton in the process too.
Drayton, formerly of Divinyls and currently with The Dead Daisies, joined Cold Chisel following the death of Steve Prestwich.
"He came in quite late in the piece on the last album," Walker says.
"We had already done some recording with Steve. Charley came in pretty much to a shattered band as a drummer to try and give us something to lean on in recording. It all grew from there".
Prestwich died in January, 2011 and Walker says there are still unfinished songs he has written that may surface on the next Cold Chisel record.
Walker has just released his solo album Hully Gully and will start a solo tour on November 1 at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre in Nowra.
Don Walker's remaining live dates for 2013 are:
November 1, Nowra, Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre
November 2, Sydney, Camelot Lounge
November 8, Sawtell, Sawtell RSL
November 9, Brisbane, Old MuseumNovember 29, Melbourne, Caravan Club