Success of the album got them a record contract with Dreamworks that lasted for one more album until Rollins dissolved the group citing, 'creative stagnation.' Rollins reformed the band in 2000 with the band members of Mother Superior while retaining the Rollins Band moniker, shaking much of their jazz elements for a more straight forward rock sound. This lineup lasted for 2 more studio albums, 2000's "Get Some Go Again" and 2001's "Nice". They also produced a benefit album of Black Flag songs for the West Memphis 3 featuring tonnes of guest vocals covering old Black Flag standards. The Rollins Band lead to a breakup in 2003, but eventually reformed in 2006 with currently the original lineup from their Weight period. The band was performed on Rollins' IFC cable show during the season finale from the first season.
Plans to tour will only follow a new album, says Rollins stating he doesn't see any reason to tour if it is not in support of new material. With a busy personal lineup for Rollins including a satellite radio and cable TV show, plus a vigorous spoken word touring schedule, only time will tell when if and when a new Rollins Band album will occur. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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