AFI's Davey Havoc and Members of No Doubt to Form a New Super Band

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It looks like the rock world is getting a little shaken up with the combination of AFI's Davey Havoc and the members of No Doubt without Gwen Stefani.

The fusion of sounds doesn't have a name yet but we're expecting some pretty big sound.

"AFI frontman Davey Havok has joined forces with No Doubt's Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young to form an as-yet-unnamed band, reps for the group confirmed to Billboard," according to Billboard.

"The quartet, which sources say is managed by Pat Magnarella (Green Day), already has completed an album and is seeking a label deal."

The good news for fans who are anticipating the music from the band is that they won't have to wait too long, granted a label takes a chance on them.

It's expected that the sometimes reggae-fused sounds that you heard in No Doubt's music won't be featured but we won't actually know until the project has been finalized.

"No Doubt has sold 16.3 million albums in the United States since 1992 and AFI 4.1 million since 1995, according to Nielsen Music -- although the former group's firepower without singer Gwen Stefani is an open question," according to the report.

Only time will tell what this new rock super group has to offer and what side of the spectrum they will be leaning on.