Jane's Addiction delay the release of new album 'The Great Escape Artist'

Band also unveil artwork for their fourth studio effort

Jane's Addiction have pushed back the release date of their forthcoming album 'The Great Escape Artist'.

The band had initially scheduled their fourth studio effort to come out on September 26, but have now confirmed that their LP will be released on October 17. The album is the follow-up to 'Strays', which was released in 2003.

Songs set to appear on the record include 'Twisted Tales', 'I'll Hit You Back', 'Broken People', 'Splash A Little Water On' as well as singles 'End To The Lies' and 'Irresistible Force'.

'The Great Escape Artist' features TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek on bass duties, after the producer replaced former Guns N'Roses man Duff McKagan in the band's studio line-up.

The band have also unveiled the album's artwork which shows a semi-naked cartoon figure. You can see it by scrolling up to the top of the page and clicking.

Jane's Addiction recently pulled out of the Reading And Leeds Festivals after singer Perry Farrell suffered severe swelling on his vocal chords.

You can watch an interview with guitarist Dave Navarro which was filmed before the shows were called off by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
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