Green Day are streaming their new album ‘¡Tre!’ exclusively on NME.COM.
The iconic pop punkers don’t release the album formally until next Monday (December 10) in the UK, but you can hear the record in full now by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking on the player.
The album is the final installment of the band’s album trilogy, ‘¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!’, which has been released in three stages. The first record, ‘¡Uno!’, was released in September while the second part, ‘¡Dos!’, followed in November.
Although ‘Tre’ will be the final album in the series, the band announced last month that they will release a documentary titled ¡Quatro! next year. Speaking about the film, bassist Mike Dirnt said: “
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong caused concern earlier this year when he was admitted to rehab in October after smashing his guitar in a furious onstage rant prompted by organisers of a US festival trying to cut short the band’s set.
Armstrong is set to remain in rehab until 2013 with many of Green Day’s live dates affected by the frontman’s unavailability. The band have brought forward the release ‘¡Tre!’ to compensate fans who will be unable to see them performing live.