Revolver have teamed with Rancid for an exclusive "opaque neon pink" vinyl variant of Tomorrow Never Comes — limited to 500 copies. Get yours from our shop!
Rancid are back with new music. The California punk icons haven't put out a new album since 2017's Trouble Maker, but on June 2nd they'll return with their first LP in six years, Tomorrow Never Comes, which was produced by Bad Religion guitarist/Epitaph Records founder Brett Gurewitz. Today (April 18th), the Berkeley group have dropped the record's title-track as a first preview of the opus, and it provides basically everything any fan would want out of a Rancid song.
Fast, ragged, catchy and even a little thrashy at points, the two-and-a-half-minute burner centers the band's signature vocal interplay between Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen, with plenty of gang-chant sing-alongs and a ripping solo. Blast it above via YouTube.
Tomorrow Never Comes is out June 2nd via Epitaph, and it's available for pre-order now in a variety of formats. Revolver has an exclusive "opaque neon pink" vinyl variant limited to just 500 copies worldwide. Get yours from our shop before they're gone!