Experimental-rock legends, and constant provokers of outrage, the Butthole Surfers, have returned to the studio with the intention of making their first record in 16 years.

As The Austin Chronicle reports, producer Stuart Sullivan revealed the news during a meeting with the Austin Music Commission last week. Days later, the Butthole Surfers’ guitarist and co-founder Paul Leary confirmed that the group are indeed working on new material.

Previously, Paul Leary had expressed his doubts regarding the future of the band. In an interview with The A.V. Club last year, Leary stated that he doesn’t like to play live anymore. “It’s not fun,” he said. “I don’t like touring. That hour on stage is a whole lot of fun, but the other 23 hours off stage just fucking suck.”

However any doubts that fans might have had were somewhat put at ease back in March, when Leary stated that it was time for a new album by the group. “We’ve all been busy with our own separate things, and I’ve done a lot of producing in the past few years, and I’ve got to the point now where I feel like I’ve done doing that for a while, so it’s time to make a new Butthole Surfers album,” he said. “Especially now that Trump is president, jeez! If there was ever a time for a Butthole Surfers album it’s fucking now. It just doesn’t get any weirder than that.”

While the Butthole Surfers’ heyday was arguably back ’80s and ’90s, when the group saw massive success with tracks such as ‘Pepper’, which reached number four in the Hottest 100 for 1996, the group have remained firm favourite for alternative-rock fans for years. With the group’s last Aussie tour in 2001, when they headlined the now-defunct Livid Festival, here’s hoping that a new record might see them surfing their way over to Aussie shores once more.