The Hold Steady are turning 10 years old, and they'll celebrate double digits with a brand-new album, Billboard reports. 'Teeth Dreams,' the Brooklyn crew's sixth full-length, lands March 25 via Washington Square, a newly launched imprint from the folks behind Razor & Tie.

“We’re really proud of our new record," guitarist Tad Kubler said in a statement, adding, “this is an exciting time for us. Making the new record has been a journey for the band, and the results exceeded even our own expectations. Can't wait for people to hear it."

The Hold Steady will also celebrate their 10th anniversary with a pair of special shows -- one in Brooklyn on Feb. 6, the other in Harrisburg, Pa., the following night -- and they'll preface those dates with a run of shows due to kick off on Jan. 29 in Memphis.

Click here for a list of dates, and expect lots more shows, as this has been dubbed the Nights Go On Forever Tour, and that would suggest that Tad, lead barker Craig Finn and the rest of the beer-swilling, good-time-loving gang will bring their rousing tales of drunken, drug-fueled youth to venues across this fine nation.