Extreme are giving fans a sneak peek at their upcoming Pornograffiti Live 25 release with this clip of "Decadence Dance," an exclusive premiere that you can watch above.

"'Decadence Dance' is the perfect song to open the set with," says singer Gary Cherone. "A classic Nuno riff with a chorus to sing along to ... setting the tone for a raucous night."

"Twenty-five years of 'Deca-Dancing' ... 25 more to come," adds guitarist Nuno Bettencourt. "Hope you enjoy the ride as much as we did."

Due in stores Oct. 14, Pornograffiti Live 25 lives up to its title by offering a complete concert performance of the group's breakthrough album in honor of the LP's 25th anniversary. "It was a great thrill to perform Pornograffiti in its entirety," Cherone recalled. "Some of these songs were never played live before, so we had to go back and relearn them for the tour. The album was a watershed moment in the bands career. … It’s when we came in to our own, and it will always be special."

Available on Blu-ray/DVD/CD and digital, Pornograffiti Live 25 is available to pre-order now. Extreme fans can also look forward to the impending arrival of a new studio album — the first since their 2008 reunion effort, Saudades de Rock. As Bettencourt told Gearphoria last month, there's no shortage of new material.

"We're about 17 songs into it. We're just wrapping them up. We've got to do vocals, some guitar. Slowly but surely. We're going to release it early next year. Whether that's February or early spring, but definitely not past the spring," explained Bettencourt. "This thing is coming out, even if I've got to leak this f---ing thing out."

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