It is something that almost all nineties kids really wanted to happen - No Doubt is getting back together!
Well, not quite.
No Doubt band members Tom Dumont, Adrian Young, and Tony Kanal - basically everyone in the band but frontwoman Gwen Stefani - are joining together with AFI lead singer Davey Havok to form a new supergroup of sorts, according to Billboard.
Even though the foursome doesn't really have a name or a record label yet, they do have an already completed album and are being managed by Green Day's Pat Magnarella.
Stefani just recently toured with the band in 2015, but she is still hard at work on her solo career, releasing her third solo album, This is What the Truth Feels Like, on March 18. It will be her first album since 2006.
The Voice coach has been mentioned more for her tabloid appearances and romance lately than she has been her songs. Her marriage to Gavin Rossdale fell apart and she quickly bounced back with another fresh off of a divorce celeb, Blake Shelton.
No Doubt’s Young hinted that the band wasn't really sure what was going to happen and that they were also headed for splitsville. “We’re in a little bit of limbo right now,” he said. “So we’ll see where that takes us.”
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No Doubt released its sixth album, Push and Shove, in 2012. AFI last released an album, Burials, in 2013.