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Rancid Return With “Tomorrow Never Comes,” Announces First Album In 6 Years

Just weeks after Tim Armstrong reunited with Operation Ivy’s Jesse Michaels for the announcement of their new band Bad Optix, Armstrong’s legendary punk rock group Rancid has delivered their new single “Tomorrow Never Comes.”

Along with the titular track release, the group has announced their first new album since 2017’s Trouble Maker. Produced by Epitaph founder and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, Rancid’s forthcoming album Tomorrow Never Comes will arrive on June 2 via Epitaph and Hellcat Records (Armstrong’s label imprint under Epitaph).

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The leading single is a crash course in quintessential punk rock, with Armstrong and co. ripping through the track in classic Rancid fashion. Injected with Armstrong’s sprechgesang growling delivery and the group’s collective punishing instrumentation, “Tomorrow Never Comes” exemplifies the rip-roaring power of the band, despite six years passing between their last release and their latest. Check out their lead single from their forthcoming album below.

Check out the full tracklisting pulled from Rancid’s forthcoming studio album below.

Tomorrow Never Comes Tracklist

Tomorrow Never Comes
Mud, Blood, & Gold
Devil In Disguise
New American
The Bloody & Violent History
Don’t Make Me Do It
It’s a Road to Righteousness
Live Forever
Drop Dead Inn
Prisoners Song
Magnificent Rogue
One Way Ticket
Hellbound Train
Eddie the Butcher
Hear Us Out
When The Smoke Clears

Rancid will also be hitting a number of festivals this year including performances at Slam Dunk, Louder Than Life, and Aftershock. You can check out all of the band’s upcoming performances below.

Tour Dates:

  • May 28—Las Vegas, NV @ Punk Rock Bowling
  • June 2—Rimini, Italy @ Slam Dunk
  • June 3—Ljubljana, Slovenia @ Media Center Cvetlicarna*
  • June 4—Linz, Austria @ SBAM Festival
  • June 6—Warsaw, Poland @ Letnia Scena Progresji*
  • June 8—Hyvinkaa, Finland @ Rockfest
  • June 9—Solvesborg, Sweden @ Sweden Rock Festival
  • June 10—Stockholm, Sweden @ Annexet*
  • June 12—Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle*
  • June 13—Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof*
  • June 15—Vitoria, Spain @ Azkena Rock
  • June 16—Clisson, France @ Hellfest
  • June 17—Dessel, Belgium @ Graspop
  • June 20—London, UK @ OVO Arena Wembley*
  • June 21—Manchester, UK @ O2 Victoria Warehouse*
  • June 23—Ysselsteyn, Netherlands @ Jera On Air Festival
  • June 24—Munster, Germany @ Vainstream Rockfest
  • June 25—Tabor, Czech Republic @ Mighty Sounds Festival
  • Sept. 21—Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life Fest
  • Oct. 8—Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock

* With The Bronx and Grade 2.

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