Artist/producer Junkie XL's new studio album, "Booming Back at You," will serve as the inaugural release on Artwerk Music, a label launched by Electronic Arts and Nettwerk Music Group.

Artist/producer Junkie XL's new studio album, "Booming Back at You," will serve as the inaugural release on Artwerk Music, a label launched by Electronic Arts and Nettwerk Music Group.

First single "More," which is included in the EA game "Need for Speed Pro Street," features Rocket frontwoman Lauren Rocket. "1967 Poem" is a club track produced with Dim Mak head Steve Aoki, while "Booming Right at You" includes a snippet of Stetsasonic's famed hip-hop track "DBC Let the Music Play."

Rocket reappears on a cover of Siouxsie and the Banshees' "Cities in Dust," while Electrocute vocalist Nicole Morier co-wrote three cuts, including "Mad Pursuit."

Junkie XL's last album, "Today," was released by Ultra in 2006.