In an interview conducted on KCTV5, Sublime With Rome guitarist/vocalist Rome Ramirez reveals that the band has been working on new material for an album, which he is dubbing the “great album of the decade”.
“My expectation is to do our best. We expect to play really good. If we’re not playing good, we’re not doing this, we’re not doing something right. But further than the tour, our expectations are to get in the studio and write the next great album of the decade.”
The record will likely be released sometime next year. It will be the first full-length from the SoCal ska-punk pioneers Sublime since their 1996 multi platinum self-titled album, as well as the first album to be released under the moniker Sublime With Rome and the first to feature Rome as the late Bradley Nowell’s replacement.
In addition to a new album, Sublime With Rome recently performed a brand new song titled Panic on Jimmy Kimmel. Check it out here. There’s no word yet on whether that song will be on the upcoming debut.
The band is currently on tour. Hit up their Dying Scene Shows page for dates and locations.
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