Aerosmith have announced that they have pushed back the release of their new record from August to November. No official explanation has been given for the delay in releasing 'Music From Another Dimension.'

However, Q104.3 reports that Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were still in the process of mixing the record at the time that their Global Warming Tour with Cheap Trick got underway in Minneapolis two weeks ago. See our review of the Cleveland show right here.

'Music From Another Dimension' will be the first album of all original material since 2001's 'Just Push Play.' Of course, much has happened in the Aerosmith world since in the past 11 years. The group released their tribute to the blues, 'Honkin' On Bobo', in 2004 and while they have continued touring, it has unfortunately been their offstage antics and events that have earned them the majority of their headlines.

The past two seasons of 'American Idol' have featured Tyler as one of the show's judges, while in Oct. 2011, Tyler took a nasty fall in a hotel in Paraguay, resulting in some bruises and missing teeth.

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