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They are replaced by guitarist Chris Traynor -- who played with the band briefly prior to their 2002 split -- and bass player Corey Britz in a lineup that will release a new album, 'Everything Always Now,' in October.
Though Bush rarely troubled the charts in their home country, the group's first three albums -- 'Sixteen Stone,' 'Razorblade Suitcase' and 'The Science of Things' -- went platinum in the USA, while their lead singer's international profile increased when he hooked up Gwen Stefani in the late '90s, eventually marrying her in 2002. Following a lacklustre fourth effort, however, the band called it quits.
Rossdale pursued various projects during the 2000s, but, with his post-Bush popularity sinking like a stone (a 2005 album under the moniker Institute and a 2008 solo effort under his own name were both critical and commercial bombs), it always looked likely that the group would return at some point.
Bush's comeback single, 'Afterlife', is available to stream here.