All-American Rejects are set to head back to the studio to record the much anticipated follow up to their self titled 2002 release. The band plans to begin recording next week, and hopes to release their sophomore effort this fall. They recently posted this message on the band's website:
"Hey all!!! What's happenin'?! Been a while since we seen ya, and we're missin' all of ya , but we wanted to let everyone know that we've been hiding out locked in our new house workin' on demos for the new album due out in the fall, and we think it's gonna rock your ass off, too!!! Anyway...we're goin' into the studio May 1, and plan to be on the road by the end of the summer to play you some new tunes and hang w/ y'all!!! So till then... "
The All-American Rejects are currently signed to DreamWorks Records, which was bought out by Universal Music in 2003. There's been no word yet what, if any, label that the band will be moved to.