They’ll play the first few shows between stints on the Warped Tour, then break away to concentrate on their own tour beginning August 10.

Any time a group has a member’s moniker in the name, you know who’s really in the driver’s seat. Obviously, the Rollins Band is Henry’s baby and a musical continuation of his former band, Black Flag.

Formed in 1987 after the break-up of the seminal L.A. punk outfit and the subsequent release of Rollin’s first solo album, Hot Animal Machine, the Rollins Band has released a total of 10 albums, including a couple live ones.

At the end of the ‘90s, Rollins (the man) felt that his music was taking him on a different course than that of his bandmates. Now he’s back with a new version of the band, which released the album Get Some Go Again late last year.

The enigmatic frontman has teamed up with guitar player Jim Wilson, bass player Marcus Blake and drummer Jason Mackenroth, formerly of L.A.-based Mother Superior.

The new version makes its live debut on the upcoming tour. Following the summer outing, the group will go on hiatus until the release of a new record. Rollins will go on to complete a worldwide spoken word tour in support of his Think Tank album.