Refused 'set to reform'

Band issue statement on their official site hinting at their second coming

Refused 'set to reform'
Refused appear to be on the verge of reforming.

The Swedish hardcore punk band, who originally formed in 1991 before splitting in 1998, look set to make a comeback after they posted a message on their official site saying: 'Refused, coming soon...".

Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe also painted further evidence of a possible reformation when he expressed his delight on his Twitter page earlier today (March 27) adding: "This. Is. HUGE!!!!!, Refused have reformed."

The band released five EPs and three albums - 'This Just Might Be The Truth' (1994), 'Songs To Fan The Flames Of Discontent' (1996), and 'The Shape Of Punk To Come: A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts' (1998) - during their seven-year career.

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