Supersuckers Come Out of Hibernation for New Album, Offer Up Free EP

Supersuckers Come Out of Hibernation for New Album, Offer Up Free EP
Seattle's Supersuckers haven't issued a proper studio effort since Get It Together in 2008, but the high-octane outfit are ready to raise a ruckus again, having announced they're hitting the studio to track an LP for new label home Acetate.

A press release confirms that the punk band will be recording the album, their ninth overall, later this year at Willie Nelson's Arlyn Studio in Austin. Interestingly enough, the band hit the same studio nearly 20 years ago to record The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers. According to bassist-vocalist Eddie Spaghetti, the band are "firing on all cylinders" and are stoked to get back in the game with some new material.

"It's been a rough few years for us, but that means more angry rock for you to enjoy! So batten down the hatches, lock up your wives and trim the hedges! The Supersuckers are fucking BACK!!!," he said in a statement.

The as-yet-untitled LP, which is expected to drop by the end of 2013, will presumably be tracked before the band head out on a hefty U.S. tour. While you're waiting for the new songs to arrive,  you can download a freebie EP of previously released material called 50,000 Middle Fingers Can't Be Wrong over here.