Sixx:A.M. are making good on their promise to release two albums in 2016. On Nov. 18, they’ll put out Prayers for the Blessed Vol. 2, a companion piece to Prayers for the Damned Vol. 1, which arrived back in April.

They announced it on Twitter with a tweet that read “Ready for new Sixx:A.M.? #PrayersForTheBlessed coming soon…” It was accompanied by a 70-second teaser video that contained snippets of five songs, one of which is a cover of Badfinger’s “Without You.” Harry Nilsson had a No. 1 hit with it in 1971, and Mariah Carey took it to No. 3 in 1994.

Nikki Sixx announced that they were going to deliver two records this year back in July 2015. He chose to spread them out for a reason.  “Because when a band releases a double album,” he said, “a lot of times, about halfway through the second record, you say, ‘Sounds like they ran out of gas … ‘ So, by putting them out separately, we’ll give the fans time to absorb each one fully. They’ll get the first one. They’ll stream it. They’ll feel it. They’ll hear it live. And then it’ll be, ‘Here comes another one … ‘”

The group will tour the U.S. with Five Finger Death Punch and Shinedown throughout the fall. You can see all the dates below and get full information at Sixx:A.M.’s website.

Sixx:A.M. Fall 2016 U.S. Tour Dates

10/18 — Little Rock, Ark.
10/19 — Grand Prairie, Texas
10/21 — Oklahoma City, Okla.
10/22 — Wichita, Kan.
10/23 — Denver, Colo.
10/25 — West Valley City, Utah
10/27 — Phoenix, Ariz.
10/28 — Las Vegas, Nev.
10/29 — Anaheim, Calif.
10/31 — San Jose, Calif.
11/02 — Portland, Ore.
11/03 — Spokane, Wash.
11/05 — Tacoma, Wash.
11/07 — Boise, Idaho
11/09 — Billings, Mont.
11/11 — Bismarck, N.D.
11/12 — Sioux Falls, S.D.
11/13 — La Crosse, Wisc.
11/15 — Madison, Wisc.
11/17 — Cincinnati, Ohio
11/18 — Louisville, Ky.
11/19 — Peoria, Ill.
11/21 — Toledo, Ohio
11/22 — Rochester, N.Y.
11/25 — Worcester, Mass.
11/26 — Newark, N.J.
11/27 — Portland, Maine
11/29 — Syracuse, N.Y.
12/1 — Philadelphia, Pa.
12/2 — Hershey, Pa.
12/3 — Huntington, W.V.
12/5 — Greenville, S.C.
12/6 — Charleston, S.C.
12/8 — Orlando, Fla.
12/9 — Tampa, Fla.
12/10 — Duluth, Ga.

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