London, Jun 16 : English punk rock band the Sex Pistols may be releasing a new album, 31 years after the one and only studio LP 'Never Mind The Bollocks' was released.
The band had been formed in London in 1975, and according to their frontman Johnny Rotten there are possibilities of the band bringing out another record.
News of the possible release was revealed after the hellraisers' rip-roaring gig at the Isle Of Wight Festival on Saturday, June 14.
"There could be a new record. That would be nice," the Sun quoted Lydon as saying.
"But I won't do anything in a patronising way. The music, the subject and the attitude all have to be right at the same time. Everything has to be from the heart," he said.
When the topic on Coldplay was mentioned, it was discovered that Lydon has still not lost his trademark snarl.
"I pity the poor b*****s who have to watch them. They are utterly humourless," he stated.
"I met them a few years ago, said hello and realised they were just men in anoraks. They looked like a gang of little poncy masturbators.
"There is no fun, they don't offer joy. Their music has a couple of quite nice tones here and there but it's a box of tosh sold to slightly inadequate, half-baked people," he said.
Rival Seventies' rockers The Stranglers, who were also playing the Isle Of Wight, were said to have mocked the Sex Pistols for belting out songs from just one album over the years. Lydon in turn put them down.
"They must have run out of money for their hairpieces if they are slagging me off," he answered back.
"We only needed to make the one record. They're touring 30 records they could have put into one.
"Beware people with less talent. The Stranglers are jealous because they are idiotic. There's nothing there, they don't stand for anything," he added.