Uriah Heep have gone into the studio to record their 23rd studio album and the first to contain all new material since 2008's Wake the Sleeper. Recording is being done at Liscombe Park Studios in Buckinghamshire, England and the band is aiming to for a release sometime in 2011. The band's output has been spotty over the last twelve years. In 1998, they released Sonic Origami with a lineup that included original members Bernie Shaw and Mick Box along with Phil Lanzon (joined in 1986), Trevor Boulder (1976 to 1981 and 1983 to present) and Lee Kerslake (1971 to 1979 and 1981 to 2007). Kerslake was replaced by Russell Gilbrook in 2007 and the group released their first studio album in ten years with Wake the Sleeper. They followed it in 2009 with Celebration which contained rerecorded versions of a number of their classics plus two new tracks.