Adam Lambert has been teasing his third album and new record label: “It’s going to be really good”

He also hinted that there will be some surprise collaborations

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Posted 19th September 2014 in News, Adam Lambert | By Clickmusic News Desk
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Adam Lambert has just wrapped up the Queen tour and is now back in the United States to work on his upcoming third album. But between writing and recording his new record, he found time to drop by to Ryan Seacrest's 'Presents' show to talk about his new album deal, which he says is going to be "really good".

Be warned if you're a hardcore glambert, though, because Adam is keeping many things secret about the project. He told Ryan that he wants fans to be surprised when the album finally drops later this year or early next year.

"I'm not going to say too much because I try to keep things under wraps," Adam teased.

"I'm working on this album and I'm really excited about it. I got signed to another label, which I'm not going to reveal right now, but it's a really good deal and it's a good project."

"I'm working with an amazing executive producer. Again, I can't say too much, but it's going to be really good," he said.

He also talked in detail about the pressures of taking up position as Queen's new frontman, telling Ryan that it was "insane" to sell out arenas with the iconic rock band.

"I knew that this is sacred ground. And I kind of went in cautiously because I knew that I had to, with the band, figure out how to do it respectfully and make sure that we were communicating that I'm also in love with the first image of this band."

Adam added: "The stories I could tell you... I don't think I could, I don't they're appropriate!

He then teased their backstage antics: "Roger's still a little bit more of a party animal. Brian's a doctor, you know... But they both know how to let their hair down!"

And once Adam's finished with album number three, there might just be something else brewing with Queen further down the line.