Back in 2012, Van Halen released their first full length with original vocalist David Lee Roth in 28 years. A Different Kind of Truth was well-received when it came out, but many of the songs on it dated back to Roth’s first run with the band. And if you’ll remember, touring in support of the album got off to a great start, but they sound up cancelling a decent amount of their Summer tour later that year, and that’s the last we’d heard of them. It looks like there’s some activity stirring in the VH camp, at least according to Roth.
On his latest web series, “The Roth Show” (featured above) the singer said Van Halen was working on a ‘secret’ project. “Doing some catching up here, a little bit of a scrapbook,” he says. “We’ve been doing a lot of traveling. Working on a great Van Halen project – can’t announce anything or I’d have to come find you and swear you to secrecy,” he says at about 4:30 of the clip. According to Blabbermouth, in an interview last year, Roth said the band had been working on another record, stating that the band has been getting together “at least three times a week” at Eddie Van Halen’s place.”