Alien Ant Farm will return this summer with its first album since a 2003 European bus crash that killed the band's driver and nearly paralyzed lead si
It's been three years after the 2003 European bus crash that killed the band's driver and nearly paralyzed lead singer Dryden Mitchell. And now, the band Alien Ant Farm is ready to back to music scene to greet fans all over the world.
The grunge and alternative metal group reportedly has planned to release their third major-label effort, "Up in the Attic," July 25 via Universal Music's New Door Records imprint.
On that same day, they music act will also release "BUSted," a DVD chronicling life on the road as well rounding up music videos, interviews and concert footage. The band, as well, is plotting a summer tour in support of "Up in the Attic."