Since reuniting (again) in 2001, the Zombies have released two albums: 2004’s As Far As I Can See… and 2011’s Breathe Out, Breathe In. Now, they will add a third to the set. In addition to announcing that they have signed with the End Records, the Zombies revealed the label will issue their new, Chris Potter-produced (Rolling Stones, U2) album, Still Got That Hunger, on Oct. 9.

“We’re really excited to be signing our new album to the End Records -- it somehow seems fitting that it should be released on a Brooklyn based label, as our very first American concerts way back in 1964 took place at the Brooklyn Fox Theatre,” the band’s Rod Argent said in a press release.

While the iconic English rockers will soon release brand-new material, they will focus on their past during an upcoming U.S. tour. On the monthlong jaunt, the band will perform their 1968 classic, Odyssey & Oracle, in its entirety. The run of dates kicks off on Sept. 30 in Dallas and culminates on Oct. 27 in San Francisco. Check out a complete list of stops below:

The Zombies Odyssey & Oracle 2015 Tour
Sept. 30: Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre
Oct. 1: Austin, TX - Paramount Theatre
Oct. 3: Provincetown, MA - Provincetown Town Hall
Oct. 6: Boston, MA - The Wilbur Theatre
Oct. 8: Washington, D.C. - Lincoln Theatre
Oct. 9: New York, NY - New York Society for Ethical Culture Concert Hall
Oct. 10: Cranston, RI - Park Theatre
Oct. 11: Glenside, PA - Keswick Theatre
Oct. 13: Ridgefield, CT - The Ridgefield Playhouse
Oct. 14: Munhall, PA - Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
Oct. 15: Kent, OH - The Kent Stage
Oct. 16: Merrillville, IN - Star Plaza Theatre
Oct. 17: Milwaukee, WI - South Milwaukee PAC
Oct. 19: Denver, CO - Paramount Theatre
Oct. 21: Seattle, WA - Benaroya Hall
Oct. 22: Portland, OR - Revolution Hall
Oct. 24: Beverly Hills, CA - The Saban Theatre
Oct. 27: San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore

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