First LP will be almost completely acoustic, according to frontman James Dean Bradfield
Welsh trio say they 'can't wait to play their greatest hits to rugby fans Down Under'
An extended version of 'Culture, Alienation, Boredom and Despair' will show nationwide this summer
Band tweet about new track 'Four Lonely Roads', recorded with Welsh singer
also confirmed for winner of NME's best small festival award
Watch the band perform two songs in Aldershot from 1991
Rockers had previously stated they would be away for two years
But frontman James Dean Bradfield says he's struggling to come up with a title for the new record
James Dean Bradfield says The Manics will record a track especially for him
Manic Street Preachers star predicts bandmate would have made huge impact online
Band to release five different versions to celebrate 20th anniversary of their debut
Welsh rockers confirm that the dates clash with their touring schedule
Bassist hails Manchester legends on weekend of massive Heaton Park gigs
Welsh trio bring their 'National Treasures' to the O2 Arena
Band also remind fans to get down for 7.30pm at Saturday's (December 17) one-off gig
James Dean Bradfield, James Allan and Jon McClure will make cameos on the tour
Nicky Wire has previously said band are going away for 'a long time'
Band reveal next album will be an 'opus'
The online biography accompanies the 'National Treasures' singles compilation
But the bassist insists that the Welsh rockers aren't splitting up just yet