Canadian rock outfit Simple Plan will introduce its as-yet-untitled new album Monday (Oct. 29) during a cybercast on SimplePlan.com that will feature its first single, "When I'm Gone." The cut was co-

Canadian rock outfit Simple Plan will introduce its as-yet-untitled new album Monday (Oct. 29) during a cybercast on SimplePlan.com that will feature its first single, "When I'm Gone." The cut was co-produced by Timbaland associate Nate "Danjahandz" Hills, who also worked on album tracks "The End" and "Generation."

"When I'm Gone" will also hit radio on Oct. 29, while its ringtone will be available exclusively that day from Simple Plan's Web site. Fans who pre-order the new album through Lala.com will receive the "When I'm Gone" download for free.

In addition to Hills, Simple Plan worked with Dave Fortman and Max Martin on the follow-up to 2004's million-plus seller "Still Not Getting Any." The group will unveil new material during a handful of holiday-themed concerts in December, with dates to be announced.

Visit Billboard.com in the coming weeks for an exclusive video interview with Simple Plan.

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