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Supergroup the Damned Things continue to tease High Crimes, their first album since 2010, with another new single.

“Something Good” is the second track released off the new record which shuffles up the original lineup, adding Alkaline Trio bassist Dan Andriano to replace Volbeat’s Rob Caggiano and Josh Newton.

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Adriano joins Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley, Anthrax’s Scott Ian and Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy for a new-look quintet.

Setting the tempo with an infectious chant, the track’s tone is a deceptive jam that covers dark undertones conveyed by its lyrics.

Buckley chatted with AP earlier this month to discuss the new record, which is a “complete reinvention” of the Damned Things.

“We’ve come out with something that feels like the stuff [we] should’ve been writing in the first place,” Buckley says. “This is rawer, less polished and less self-aware than last time. High Crimes is fun music with a cool attitude to it.”

High Crimes drops April 26 via Nuclear Blast Records, and preorders are available here. Check out the new song below.

The stacked supergroup hit the road for the first time since 2011, kicking off in Los Angeles May 1. Check out the dates below, and grab your tickets here.

Dates:

05/01 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky A Go Go
05/04 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville
05/06 – Lancaster, PA @ The Chameleon
05/07 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar
05/09 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Rex
05/10 – Nashville, TN @ The Cowan
05/11 – Rockingham, NC @ Epicenter Fest
05/12 – Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music Hall
05/14 – Grand Rapids, MI – Elevation @ The Intersection
05/16 – Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
05/17 – Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
05/18 – Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
05/19 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey
05/21 – Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater
05/22 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
05/24 – Tempe, AZ @ Tempe Marketplace
05/25 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick

Are you as excited as we are for High Crimes? Sound off in the comments below!

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