The punk band have inked a deal with Universal Music Catalogue UK to release a 35th anniversary repackage of their 1977 album Never Mind The B**locks.
Talking about the deal, Johnny Rotten (aka John Lydon) said: "Music can be great, when done by the great. The Sex Pistols are the greatest.
"Universal now has a trophy room, music is the imitation of nature, the Sex Pistols are nature, so please give generously. Thank you."
Karen Simmonds from Universal added: "To be given the opportunity to re-evaluate the Sex Pistols catalogue is every music lover's dream. We're looking forward to working with the band and celebrating their impact on worldwide culture."
Lydon has previously revealed that he would be happy to tour with the Sex Pistols again and would consider writing new material with the band.
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