Weezer not only just released a surprise covers collection called the “Teal Album,” but the band has already begun recording its next LP — the one that will come out after the all-new “Black Album” arrives in March. Speaking on Apple Music’s Beats One show, Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo revealed that the band has already laid down the basic tracks for its 14th studio album. Asked about a title, he said, “We don’t have a real title, but the key word we’ve have to inspire us at the moment is ‘masterpiece.'” Meanwhile, before that project gets completed, the long-awaited “Black Album” will be released on March 1st. It will follow up 2017’s Pacific Daydream, which was recently nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, and the “Teal Album,” which arrived unexpectedly this past Wednesday (January 23rd). The 10-song “Teal” set includes versions of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This),” Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean,” Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid,” Tears For Fears’ “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” and six more, including Weezer’s hit cover of Toto’s “Africa.” Cuomo did not give any indication in the Beats One interview when he plans to release the record that comes after the “Black Album,” nor did he provide any hints on whether it will have a title or will be another self-titled, color-coded affair.