The Hole singer Courtney Love - who played her first show in over eight years in London on Wednesday - says she is glad to be back working with the group, even though none of the original members are part of the outfit.
She said: "It's just like Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails, I have Hole.
"I've had 16 members in my band but it's my band. I work better in a band where people are putting input in and there's just more ebb and flow."
The 'Violet' singer also spoke about the band's forthcoming album, 'Nobody's Daughter', admitting it has taken so long to release because she hated the first batch of recordings so much.
She added to BBC 6 Music: "It is on a Universal label, but I don't wanna say which. It took five years to make it, five long years, because I threw out the first one and it's been two years making this record. We're releasing it slowly. It will be released by April."
The album is expected to be released globally on the week of April 26.