The group are now known as Sublime With Rome and has started work on a new album at the Radiostar studio in Weed, California.
Reunited punk icons Sublime are set to hit the studio again to record their first album of new material in 13 years. Drummer Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson reformed the group last year and have since settled a name dispute with late singer Bradley Nowell's family.
Now known as Sublime With Rome, the group has started work on a new album at the Radiostar studio in Weed, California. The group has also earmarked a three-date European tour, which will begin in Amsterdam, Netherlands on October, 5. The band will then return to the U.S. for an extensive autumn tour.
The new album is expected for 2011 release. The group will work on new songs they've been performing live on the road this summer, including "Panic", their first original single as Sublime With Rome which debuted on national TV this past June on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".