British rock act the Darkness has christened its new album "One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back."
British rock act the Darkness has christened its new album "One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back." The set is due Nov. 28 in the United Kingdom via Must Destroy/Atlantic and a day later in North America. First single "One Way Ticket" will be released commercially Nov. 14 in the United Kingdom.
The album is the follow-up to the Darkness' multi-platinum 2003 debut "Permission To Land" (Must Destroy/Atlantic), which has sold more than 680,000 units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
As previously reported, the group recorded the new set without bassist Frankie Poullain, who exited earlier this year. Guitarist Dan Hawkins played bass in the studio; since then, Richie Edwards has joined as Poullain's replacement.
The Darkness is expected to tour in support of "One Way Ticket" but dates have yet to be announced.