As tipped here in May, the Goo Goo Dolls have begun work on a new Warner Bros. studio album, tentatively titled "Gutterflowers" and likely due out this fall. Rob Cavallo, who produced the group's 1998

As tipped here in May, the Goo Goo Dolls have begun work on a new Warner Bros. studio album, tentatively titled "Gutterflowers" and likely due out this fall. Rob Cavallo, who produced the group's 1998 triple-platinum set "Dizzy Up the Girl," will be behind the boards for the new album.

"[We're] flyin' through these songs," the band writes on its official Web site. "[It is] some pretty amazing soundin' stuff."

Frontman Johnny Rzeznik recently admitted to Billboard that he suffered a near-paralyzing writer's block before the recording of the last album. "I've been through a writer's block already for the next album," he said. "I panicked for six months and beat the crap out of myself for having it. I've had a lot of help, though. You have to wade through the sh*t until you come up with something that you like. Songwriting for me is like digging in a septic tank for a long time to find a diamond ring."

"Dizzy" peaked at No. 15 on The Billboard 200 and featured the No. 1 Modern Rock Tracks chart hits "Slide" and "Iris."