The "Here's to Never Growing Up" singer is front-and-center on the cover of "Avril Lavigne."
Avril Lavigne's new album will be called "Avril Lavigne," the singer announced via Instagram on Thursday.
The "Here's to Never Growing Up" singer also debuted the album's art, a glam close-up of her face in lights.
The long-awaited set, which includes collaborations with husband Chad Kroeger of Nickelback and an appearance from Marilyn Manson on the track "Bad Girl," has yet to find a release date, but is expected later this summer.
"The record's really diverse," Lavigne told Billboard earlier this year. "Basically, this album I wanted to still have... emotional, heartfelt ballads, but I also wanted to make this record a little more upbeat and feel-good. And that's also the place that I'm in in my life."
Her previous album, 2011's "Goodbye Lullaby," has sold 363,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.