No Doubt Members Form Supergroup, Swap Gwen Stefani For AFI Singer Davey Havok

Robbie Daw | February 11, 2016 12:53 pm
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Gwen Stefani has a lot on her plate these days. In addition to her split last summer from husband Gavin Rossdale, the California singer once again took up coaching duties on The Voice for the show’s previous season, started a romance with Voice co-star Blake Shelton and — the biggie for her fans — has a new solo album titled This Is What The Truth Feels Like coming out in March. So where does this leave Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian Young, aka Stefani’s No Doubt bandmates?

Billboard reports that the three musician’s have joined up with AFI singer Davey Havok to form a yet-to-be-named supergroup, and that the four have already recorded an album and are currently shopping it around for a label deal. The group is said to be handled by Green Day manager Pat Magnarella.

AFI’s most recent album, Burials, was released in 2013 via Republic. No Doubt’s Push And Shove arrived in 2012, 11 years after the band’s previous outing with the far more successful Rock Steady. To-date, it’s the band’s last album with Stefani.

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