According to Share Ross (ne Pedersen), Vixen bassist, the band is currently working in new material that will be possibly released this year. “We’ve been working on stuff, which is challenging, ’cause we all live really far apart from each other. But we are getting stuff recorded and getting it done, so hopefully this year we’ll finish that up” said Ross in an interview on 98.7 The Gater of Palm Beach. “We started off trying to [work on new music separately], and we just got really frustrated , so we all just fly to where the drummer lives, in Detroit, [which is] way better. The only problem is, ’cause I live here in Florida… ‘Go into Detroit in the winter.’ And I’m, like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ But, you know, these are the sacrifices we have to make for rock and roll”. On the album there is will definetely be a tribute to Jan Kuehnemund who passed away in October 2013 beaten by cancer, and that was the reason that the band’s reunion was cancelled. The last studio album release for Vixen was “Live & Learn” from 2006.