Lynyrd Skynyrd's late rockers are set to be brought back from the dead on the group's new album after guitarist GARY ROSSINGTON discovered a lost track in his archives. Rossington unearthed an old track recorded by the original members of the Southern rock act in the 1970s. He says, "Going back in the archives, actually, I found this old song that we did with the original band, with Ronnie Van Zant singing, Leon (Wilkeson) on bass, and Bob Burns is on drums. "It's a cool track, it's called Cottonmouth Country. We never put it out... We just kind of let it sit there, and never finished it. "It's pretty well done, but the recording isn't as good as it should be, but we might put it out as a bonus track on the new album. "It's a whole new Skynyrd song nobody's heard. It's pretty wild, pretty cool lyrics. It's about the swamps." Original members Van Zant and Steve and Cassie Gaines died in a plane crash in 1977, which left bandmate Allen Collins paralysed. Wilkerson died in 2001.