Aerosmith announce new album 'Music From Another Dimension'

Band's 15th studio album is due out in late August

Aerosmith announce new album 'Music From Another Dimension'

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Aerosmith have announced full details of their long-awaited studio album 'Music From Another Dimension'.

The album, which will be the 15th full-length offering of the band's career, will be released on August 27 in the UK and August 28 in the US.

'Music From Another Dimension' will be preceded by a single, which is titled 'Legendary Child'. The band debuted the track live on American Idol last night (May 24) and you can hear the studio version by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The album is the follow-up to 2004's 'Honkin' On Bobo' and has been produced by Jack Douglas, the man behind 1975's 'Toys In The Attic'.

Speaking previously about the band's new album, guitarist Joe Perry said: "The record's gonna sound modern and hi-fi. We're not sitting around going, 'We're gonna do 'Night In The Ruts' again or 'Rocks' again'. We want to make a modern sounding record, but the main thing is the energy that the early records had."

Aerosmith have also announced that they will play a full North American tour across the summer.

The tracklisting for 'Music From Another Dimension' is as follows:

'What Could Have Been Love'
'Beautiful'
'Street Jesus'
'Legendary Child'
'Oh Yeah'
'We All Fall Down'
'Another Last Goodbye'
'Out Go The Lights'
'Love Three Times A Day'
'Closer'
'Shakey Ground'
'Love A Lot'
'Freedom Fighter'
'Up On The Mountain'



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