Reunited rock band Extreme are getting close to make their album come back after 13 years of absence. The details of the new album have been revealed recently at their MySpace page. The new record will be titled "Saudades de Rock".
Unfortunately, the band haven't confirmed the official release date yet for the upcoming album. But Blabbermouth.net managed to reveal some of the new songs that will be on the set, which are "Star", "King", "Learn To Love" and "Ghost".
The new album is produced by their lead guitarist Nuno Bettencourt and was recorded at L.A.'s NRG music studio. For the project, the band lined up with nearly all of their original members, Nuno, Gary Cherone, vocal, and Pat Badger, bass. The only additional for the band is a new drummer Kevin Figueiredo who replaced Paul Geary.
Beside preparing their fifth studio album, the band are also set to get on tour soon. The band have confirmed some dates for their 2008 tour, which will kick off on July 11 in Pryor, Oklahoma and end in Los Angeles, Calif.
The Massachusetts rockers are known for their hit single "More Than Words", that was taken from their multi-platinum set "Extreme II: Pornograffitti". Until this date they have sold over 10 million records worldwide.