The 11-track set is the follow-up to 2004's "Summer in Abaddon."

As tipped here in January, Pinback will return Sept. 11 with its second Touch & Go album, "Autumn of the Seraphs." The 11-track set is the follow-up to 2004's "Summer in Abaddon." Drumming was provided by both Mario Rubalcaba (ex-Rocket From The Crypt, Hot Snakes) and No Knife's Chris Prescott.

"This one is probably more of a departure than anything we've done," vocalist/guitarist Rob Crow told Billboard.com earlier this year. "It's unexpectedly 'up,' perhaps. It seems a bit more like a band is playing than any of the other ones. It could be the tightest we've had, actually."

As of yet, the band has not announced tour plans, as Crow is busy with a number of upcoming projects on his own Robcore label. Two new albums from Crow's Goblin Cock side project are finished; the first, "Come With Me if You Want To Live" is a "regular" album, while another, "Dragonf*cker," is "One side with a 20-minute long song; the other is a bunch of covers with a 10-minute Osmonds medley," according to Crow.

Fans can also look for new releases from Aspects Of Physics, Optionally Yours and Thingy, as well as a 7-inch vinyl single from Alpha Male.

Here is the track list for "Autumn of the Seraphs":

"From Nothing to Nowhere"
"Barnes"
"Good to Sea"
"How We Breathe"
"Walters"
"Subbing for Eden"
"Devil You Know"
"Blue Harvest"
"Torch"
"Bouquet"
"Off by 50"