Everlast and Kurupt help out on the follow-up to 'Skull & Bones'...

CYPRESS HILL plan to release a new album in November.

The group have enlisted a number of other rappers, including Everlast and Kurupt, to provide vocals on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year’s ‘Skull & Bones’ album.

Speaking to MTV news in the US, group member B-Real revealed the group have recorded 40 new songs, which will be narrowed down to album length.

Hinting that the group will use live instruments again on the new record in addition to their traditional hiphop roots, he said: “We tapped into something that came sorta natural to us last time. Our focus is hiphop, but we’re still gonna experiment with the band for the live show’s sake and see what else we can do. You want to constantly evolve and grow, so we’ll keep seeing where we can take it.”

A UK spokesperson for the band told NME.COM that a new single was likely in October, with an album currently scheduled for release on November 5.

The group are due to set out on a small tour of the US with Deftones, due to start in New York on September 15.