DENVER, CO -  NOVEMER 19: Bruce Springsteen performing with 'Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band' at The Pepsi Center in
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Although he just dropped a new album last year, Bruce Springsteen shows no signs of slowing down. Jersey's finest revealed to Rolling Stone that he's already working on a new record with the E Street Band, which he says is in the midst of its best streak ever.

"I have stuff I'm working on that I'm very happy about… I have a lot of material," Springsteen said. But he's not saying much else about the impending record as the details aren't solidified yet: "I don't like to be wrong," he added.

The only other tidbit he gave is a tantalizing one. Tom Morello filled in for guitarist Steven Van Zandt when Brooooce and the & the E Street Band recorded some material in-between live shows. The RATM guitarist took Little Steven's place when his filming schedule for a TV series called Lilyhammer prevented him from joining the tour.

After admitting he and his classic outfit "struggled through the '90s," Springsteen opined they've been enjoying their most satisfying period ever. "This has been a great, tremendously rewarding period of our time together," Springsteen told Rolling Stone. "This has been the best 10, 12 years we've ever had."