After almost a decade-long break, legendary group Cypress Hill is gearing up for a comeback.
Group members B-Real and Sen Dog recently revealed that they are currently busy working with DJ Muggs in Los Angeles on a new album, according to NME. The album’s sound, B-Real says, will be “anti-everything that’s popular and is in a world of its own.” B-Real also says that the lyrics on it will be “delivered with the vocal tenacity of a stoned gypsy roaming across the country through the mist.” Right.
Cypress’ last album with all three original members was 2004′s ‘Till Death Do Us Part. In 2010, B-Real and Sen Dog released Rise Up, which was produced by dubstep artist Rusko and was the first Cypress Hill album to not be produced by DJ Muggs.
Previously: B-Real Says Cypress Hill Is Working On New Album