Fans will have to wait a little bit longer for a new No Doubt record: drummer Adrian Young admitted that the band is unlikely to release any new music until after 2009. In late November, No Doubt revealed plans to end their five-year hiatus and reunite for a 2009 tour, with a gig at next year's Bamboozled fest their first confirmed concert. "We've been working on a new record off and on now for a bit of time, and we're going to continue to work on a new record next year," Young told MTV News. "We're going to continue to work on music while we're traveling. We'll have a mobile studio on the bus and eventually get to a new No Doubt record." When the new album is ready, it'll have a home at Interscope, the band's label since 1991.
No Doubt Drummer: New Album Won't Be Ready In 2009
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