Modern rock outfit Incubus will complete recording for the follow-up to its 1999 Epic album, "Make Yourself," this week, with plans for a late October release, according to a spokesperson. Producer Sc

Modern rock outfit Incubus will complete recording for the follow-up to its 1999 Epic album, "Make Yourself," this week, with plans for a late October release, according to a spokesperson. Producer Scott Litt (R.E.M., Indigo Girls) is scheduled to mix the results next month while Incubus is away on a European tour.

The album, Incubus' fourth, will be supported by an extensive North American headlining tour, which will begin after the group finishes its stint on Moby's Area: One festival. That trek kicks off July 11 in Atlanta, and will also feature New Order, the Orb, Paul Oakenfold, and the Roots, among others. Incubus will also appear alongside Stone Temple Pilots, Live, Deftones, Staind, and Oleander Aug. 4 at the Rolling Rock Town Fair in Latrobe, Pa.

"Make Yourself," also produced by Litt, peaked at No. 47 on The Billboard 200 and featured the No. 1 Modern Rock Tracks hit "Drive," as well as rock airplay favorites "Stellar" and "Pardon Me." The album has sold nearly 1.5 million copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan. It was followed by an EP, "When Incubus Attacks Vol. 1," which hit No. 2 on Billboard's Top Internet Albums chart.