Shock Records have announced they will release the first new album from Redd Kross in over 15 years. Titled ‘Researching The Blues‘, the ten track effort will be available on Friday August 10th. Founded 34 years ago in Los Angeles during the first wave of LA punk rock by brothers Jeff and Steven McDonald (then respectively 15 and 11 years old), Redd Kross cut their teeth opening for Black Flag at a middle school graduation party. Their debut recordings caught the attention of Rodney Bingenheimer, who quickly became a fan as he spun their Ramones-inspired songs like ‘Annette’s Got The Hits‘ and ‘I Hate My School‘ on the KROQ airwaves. In 2006, Jeff and Steven announced their reunion with the classic ‘Neurotica’ line-up, joined once again by guitarist Robert Hecker (It’s OK) and drummer Roy McDonald (The Muffs). The band have been playing to enthusiastic audiences at sold-out select shows and festivals such as the Azkena Festival; Coachella; All Tomorrow’s Parties; Pop Montréal and recently stopped into Australia for the Dig It Up! events. Expand this post to check out one of their tracks from the Enmore Theatre show back in April. Full set will be available on the Moshcam site shortly.