SOCIAL DISTORTION are set to tour the US from late July to mid-October and have confirmed that, once off tour, they'll be heading into the studio to record a new EP. Frontman Mike Ness said,
"Right after our fall tour, we're going into the studio. But I'm opting right now to do an EP, just because I don't want to wait until I have 12 songs. Plus I think it would be cool to go back to the day of the EP. People can get new material and we can tour with new songs. And maybe we can come back in five months and do another one, and then put it all together with a bonus track later for the people who actually want to still buy a CD. I think that's the way to roll with the times and keep it kind of old-school."