Attack Attack! appear to be plotting a return.
Notes To Scene reports a source close to the band has confirmed they are indeed working on new music with producer Joey Sturgis.
So far, no other information has been revealed, but a new Attack Attack! Instagram account has surfaced with a teaser photo.
Attack Attack! played a big role in the 2000s metalcore scene. While the band found breakout success with their second album, Attack Attack!, they’re best known for the infamous “Stick Stickly” video featuring “crabcore” moves. It quickly earned the representation of the worst metalcore video of all time.
Attack Attack! released three albums on Rise Records — Someday Came Suddenly (2008), a self-titled album (2010) and This Means War (2012), before they broke up in 2013. At the time, the lineup consisted of Phil Druyor, Andrew Wetzel, Andrew Whiting, Tyler Sapp, and William Honto.