English indie rockers the Arctic Monkeys are scheduled to release their fifth full length album since 2011’s ‘Suck it and See’. ‘AM’ will be out on September 9th through Domino. The new album will include a contribution from Queens of the Stone Age front man Josh Homme, who co-produced the 2009 album ‘Humbug’. The band has released a complete track listing for ‘AM’:
1. Do I Wanna Know? 2. R U Mine? 3. One for the Road 4. Arabella 5. I Want It All 6. No. 1 Party Anthem 7. Mad Sounds 8. Fireside 9. Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? 10. Snap Out Of It 11. Knee Socks 12. I Wanna Be Yours
The band has been testing out the track ‘R U Mine’ while out on the road since last year and recently released the video for ’Do I Wanna Know?’ which you can watch below.
September will also see the release of Korn’s 11th studio album with Brian “Head” Welch since 2003’s “Take a Look in the Mirror”. If you don’t remember, Head left the band to pursue a solo career and rededicate his life to Christianity in 2005. He joined the guys for one gig last year and several more in 2013, leading to plans to record together again.
Watch the teaser video the band released for the still untitled album out on September 24th.
Manchester based Alt rock band the 1975 will also be releasing their self-titled, debut, and full length album on September 9th. Producer Mike Crossey worked on the album and has also produced records for Foals, Keane, Jake Bugg, and the Arctic Monkeys 2006 EP ‘Who the F**k are the Arctic Monkeys’ and 2007’s ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’.
The band released the track list to the album and some of the tracks can be found on their previous EPs: