Hard rock act Puddle Of Mudd has finished recording the follow up to 2001's "Come Clean."
After several delays, hard rock act Puddle Of Mudd has finished recording the follow up to 2001's "Come Clean." "Everything sounds amazing already," guitarist Paul Phillips says of the forthcoming, as-yet-untitled disc, which will be mixed by Andy Wallace and is due in the early fall through Flawless/Interscope.
"The record is finally done," Phillips said on the group's official Web site. "I'm sure that everyone was beginning to wonder if that was ever gonna happen. We were too. We can't wait to get out on the road again."
"We'll be doing about a week of U.S. shows toward the end of July, and then we'll be heading to Japan in early August," the guitarist continues. "We haven't been there yet, so it should be fun. Then we'll be back promoting the record and preparing for a new tour in late September or early October."
The band will perform a handful of stateside shows next month, beginning with a July 19 date at New York's Randall's Island alongside Trapt, MxPx, and Damone. As previously reported, Puddle Of Mudd will be on hand at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field for this year's Rolling Rock Town Fair, which also features Blink 182, 311, Def Leppard, Sum 41, and Saliva.
Here are Puddle of Mudd's upcoming tour dates:
July 18: Atlantic City, N.J. (TBA)
July 19: New York (Randall's Island)
July 21: Hartford, Conn. (Webster Theatre)
July 23: Raleigh, N.C. (TBA)
July 24: Jacksonville, Fla. (TBA)
July 26: Pittsburgh (Heinz Field / Rolling Rock Town Fair)