We saw B-Real of Cypress Hill come together with Xzibit and Demrick as the hip-hop group Serial Killers, but now he'll be returning to work with his native group, Cypress Hill.

Cypress Hill last collaborated with dubstep producer Rusko, for a not-strictly-hip-hop release, Cypress x Rusko. Now word is that all three original members are working on a new album, to drop in 2014, which will be their first effort all together in ten years.

B-Real tell NME that "We're in the beginning stages but moving along smoothly. The sound is anti-everything that's popular and is in a world of its own. The lyrics delivered with the vocal tenacity of a stoned gypsy roaming across the country through the mist. The date of the release is encrypted on the Cypress Hill website."

Sen Dog added, "Working on the new album with Muggs and B and listening to Muggs' production for the first time in a long while is definitely motivating and reconnecting me to our Cypress roots. This reminds me of what a great hip-hop producer Muggs is and how unique the Cypress chemistry and sound is. I expect big things from this album, and I'm excited for what we have coming in the near future."