Iggy Pop and his The Stooges bandmate James Williamson have written an album's worth of new material.
Punk legend Pop invited the guitarist to his house in Miami, Florida earlier this year (10) where they came up with 10 new songs.
The rocker reveals he and Williamson plan to "keep writing" tracks, but admits there are no firm plans to release an album.
He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "We started trading stuff by Mp3 back and forth as soon as we started. We actually did get together this spring. He came to my house in Miami and we wrote 10 things.
"I think we like about half of them. We'll keep writing. I think he'd like to make an album and I'd like to make more (sic) the score for an intelligent video game. So as far as what the former might be, I don't know."
The band has released just four studio albums since its formation in the 1960s, with the last record, The Weirdness, hitting shelves in 2007 following their 2003 reunion.