's latest album 'Dearly Departed' is now out, and the band has released the audio for the title track that you can check out above.

The album is a collection of cover songs and rarities. Perhaps the most interesting choice of covers is the classic Charlie Daniels Band country hit 'The Devil Went Down To Georgia' (listen below). They also cover Pat Travers' 'Snortin Whiskey' and Queen's ‘Tie Your Mother Down’) along with a medley of Black Sabbath songs.

It also includes acoustic versions of songs from previous Adrenaline Mob releases along with the previously unreleased 'Whatever Gets You Through the Night' from the 'Men of Honor' sessions.

In a recent interview, frontman Russell Allen talked about the album: "We wanted to let people know we were still committed and the new release is a statement that we want to keep this going. The covers thing is something that we enjoy doing. Some of the covers are obviously very unique for our band, (laughs) and we have a lot of fun tweaking songs that you’ve probably heard before and making them our own. We didn’t want to do a complete covers thing though because we didn’t want to let go of some of the 'Men of Honor' stuff."

Adrenaline Mob have a couple of live shows coming up. They'll be in Amityville, N.Y. on April 18 and in Philadelphia April 19 along with a USO benefit show May 1 in Jamaica, N.Y. For all their tour dates, go here.

Adrenaline Mob, 'The Devil Went Down To Georgia'