Here’s a new super group: AFI singer Davey Havok with the guys of No Doubt
Gwen Stefani has the tendency to take time off from No Doubt and do solo music, and that’s what she’s doing right now. While she’s away, the other three members of No Doubt are teaming with another rocker to form a new band. As Billboard reports, guitarist Tom Dumont, bass player Tony Kanal and drummer Adrian Young have formed a new, as-yet-untitled band with AFI frontman Davey Havok.
Billboard compares the collaboration to Audioslave, which featured Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell on vocals and Rage Against the Machine band members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk. Billboard also states the new group has already wrapped up recording efforts on a new album and are looking for a record label.
The past few years have been fairly inactive for AFI and No Doubt. AFI’s last album was 2013’s “Burials,” while No Doubt’s last release was 2012’s “Push and Shove.”
Stefani will unleashed her new solo album, “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” on March 18.
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