King's X is on the down-low these days, but singer-bassist dUg Pinnick assures us that fans shouldn't be worried.
"We've actually been doing some shows and they've been really good. We've been having a good time," Pinnick says.
But, he adds, the trio is in no hurry to make a follow-up to its last album, 2008's "XV."
"We haven't talked about making a new record yet," Pinnick says, "but we will. I think it's going to be coming soon. But we're basically booking more shows and going out and playing. It's been good."
King's X currently has a May 2 show in Newton, N.J., and a May 3 date in Sayervile, N.J., on the books, with more to come, according to Pinnick.
Meanwhile, Pinnick is also part of KXM, a new "supergroup" with Korn drummer Ray Luzier and Dokken/Lynch Mob guitarist George Lynch. The group's self-titled debut comes out March 11, and a video for the song "Rescue Me" has been debuted at Billboard.com. No KXM live shows have been scheduled yet.