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Cypress Hill is eyeing a comeback.

Nearly eight years after they released their last studio album, Rise Up, the legendary hip-hop group has hinted that their next full-length project will arrive sometime in 2018. The long-awaited album is tentatively titled Elephants on Acid, and, according to B-Real, was entirely produced by fellow Cypress Hill member DJ Muggs.

Elephants on Acid was officially announced back in 2016, when it was supposedly in the finishing stages. B-Real spoke about the album in an HipHopDX interview, in which he explained the long gap between the group’s releases.

“Cypress Hill has always traditionally took one to two years to make an album,” he explained. “That’s not counting the time that we tour and stuff like that. Just because we like to do a lot of work and Muggs likes to flip things 10 times over. What you start with may not be what ends up there, so when I did all my stuff I left the studio. I didn’t take no demos, no nothing. I don’t know what the fuck any of it sounds like until the very end.”

Stay tuned as more information about Elephants on Acid becomes available. 

Earlier this year, Cypress Hill released “Reefer Man,” a track that appeared in the stoner comedy flick Grow House starring Snoop Dogg, Lil Duval, and Charlamagne Tha God. ​