The "on-again, off-again" bromance that is iconic rock group Bad Company, seems to be in the "on-again" stages. And this time, new music and a new album seem to be in the works.

Not since 1982's Rough Diamonds has there been a complete set of new music with lead singer Paul Rodgers. Having left the band for a solo career and many other group efforts like The Law, The Firm and Queen+Paul Rodgers, the singer has been far from stationary.

Bad Company has also gone through several changes themselves. Employing former Ted Nugent front man Brian Howe for a short time and permanent member Howard Leece (formerly of Heart) the band has made a strong showing without Rodgers as well.

If rumors are to be believed and the there is any truth to this very good news, you can also expect a Bad Company tour at a venue near you.