The Afghan Whigs broke up in 2001, reuniting back in 2012, but at the time there were no plans for an album. The band joined Usher on stage at SXSW that year for a performance of 'Climax' in addition to having a tour. Their last album 1965 feels like it came out in that year because it was so long ago, sixteen years to be exact, but they'll be back with a new record in 2014 titled Do to the Beast. Sub Pop Records will be releasing it on 14 April in Europe and 15 April in North America.

Bob Odenkirk of "Mr. Show" and "Breaking Bad" broke the news on his Twitter account, and you can read it below: