Deadmau5

Deadmau5 performs during Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park Amphitheater on March 29, 2014 in Miami, Florida.

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Last night Deadmau5 revelealed a release date for his forthcoming seventh studio album, "While (1<2)," on his official website, reports N.Y.E.D.M.

"While (1<2)," programming code for "to loop indefinitely" or to listen indefinitely, will arrive June 17. The two-disc, 25-track effort follows 2012's "Album Title Goes Here."

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Deadmau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman) has been dropping hints about "While (1<2)" for awhile now. In a interview with Rolling Stone last May, he revealed that demo track "Satellite" featured guest vocals from his fiancee Kat Von D; last month, he tweeted that this was the first album that was put together like a cohesive unit as opposed to an assortment of tracks. 

In the same N.Y.E.D.M. post he also said "While (1<2)" would contain “fresh stuff that’s going to attract new fans" and “a couple of tracks that are quite radio-friendly, not even dance music, that [I'm] going to put out as singles." That's the album art below.

The album will be available for ore-order on May 20, whereupon fans will be able to hear first single "Avaritia," originally released as a Seven Sins-themed seven-track EP when Deadmau5 quit Twitter last year.