AceShowbiz - While Gwen Stefani is so focused on her solo career, her No Doubt bandmates are reportedly working on a new project without her. According to Billboard, guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal and drummer Adrian Young have recorded an album with AFI's frontman Davey Havok replacing the 46-year-old songstress as the lead singer.
The record is already finished and the men are now seeking a label deal. There's still no word if Stefani has really left the band or if the supergroup is just a side project. However, Billboard says the band has hired Pat Magnarella (Green Day) to manage them, hinting that they're serious about making music without Stefani.
With the "Hollaback Girl" hitmaker as frontwoman, No Doubt has sold 16.3 million albums in the United States and won two Grammy Awards since 1992. They put out their latest album, "Push and Shove", in 2012.
For now, it's unclear what the group with Havok will call themselves, the name of their album or when we will hear it. Meanwhile, Stefani is set to drop her third solo effort, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like", on March 18.