The fall just got a little more awesome! That's because Animals as Leaders are on their way back with new music and a late year tour as well. The band just announced that their new album, The Madness of Many, will be released by Sumerian Records on Nov. 11.

The band's fourth studio album is a 10-track offering self-produced by the band, with guitarist Javier Reyes handling mixing duties. Reyes says, "The Madness of Many is an explorative and ambitious journey of harmony, rhythm, musical expression and emotion. It has been the most collaborative effort for the band and an evolution in each of the members’ musical path."

Fellow guitarist Tosin Abasi adds of the new disc, "This album feels like total synergy between the three of us. None of this music would have turned out the same way without the equal inclusion of all of our musical ideas and that feel special. We're beyond thrilled with the result." Drummer Matt Garstka added that he feels that "although conceptually dense, it is the most natural sounding Animals as Leaders album yet." The full track listing for the disc can be seen below.

As stated, Animals as Leaders will also be touring in support of the album. They start their trek on Nov. 10, the eve of the album release, in Scottsdale, Ariz. The five-week trek will also feature Intervals and Plini in the opening slots. See the stops below.

Animals as Leaders, The Madness of Many Track Listing

1. "Arithmophobia"
2. "Ectogenesis"
3. "Cognitive Contortions"
4. "Inner Assassins"
5. "Private Visions of the World"
6. "Backpfeifengesicht"
7. "Transcentience"
8. "The Glass Bridge"
9. "The Brain Dance"
10. "Aepirophobia"

Animals as Leaders The Madness of Many 2016 Tour Dates

11/10 -- Scottsdale, Ariz. -- Livewire
11/11 -- Pomona, Calif. -- The Glass House
11/12 -- Las Vegas, Nev. -- Vinyl
11/14 -- Portland, Ore. -- Hawthorne Theatre
11/15 -- Seattle, Wash. -- Studio Seven
11/16 -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- Commodore Ballroom
11/18 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Macewan Ballroom
11/19 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- Union Hall
11/20 -- Saskatoon, Sasksatchewan -- O’Brian’s Event Centre
11/21 -- Winnipeg, Manitoba -- The Garrick Centre
11/23 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Fine Line Music Café
11/25 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Bottom Lounge
11/26 -- Pontiac, Mich. -- The Crofoot Ballroom
11/27 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Park Street Saloon
11/28 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Opera House
11/29 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Corona Theatre
11/30 -- Boston, Mass. -- Royale
12/1 -- New York, N.Y. -- Webster Hall
12/2 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- The Trocadero
12/3 -- Millvale, Pa. -- Mr. Small’s Theatre
12/4 -- Washington, D.C. --9:30 Club
12/6 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. -- State Theatre
12/7 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Terminal West
12/8 -- New Orleans, La. -- Republic New Orleans
12/9 -- Houston, Texas -- White Oak Music Hall
12/10 -- Austin, Texas -- Mohawk
12/11 -- Dallas, Texas -- Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill
12/12 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- The Riot Room
12/15 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- The Mayan
12/16 -- Orangevale, Calif. -- The Boardwalk
12/17 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- Social Hall SF

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