It has been almost exactly two years since the release of Trapt's fourth studio album "No Apologies," which peaked at the number 25 spot on the Billboard 200. Today, the California group revealed the immediate details of their soon-to-be-released fifth studio album, so read on to find out the title and release date, as well as the album's cover art and coinciding tour dates!

The titles of all four Trapt albums have told a story all on their own- "Trapt" (trapped), "Someone In Control," "Only Through The Pain" and "No Apologies." Together, they tell the story of struggle and getting through everything with new found life and glory, which makes the new album's title a very appropriately fitting one. "Reborn" will be released on November 20.

The new record was produced by Trapt front man Chris Taylor Brown, in addition to Matt Thorne, and will be released via Epochal Artist Records and distributed via EMI Label Services. Standard and deluxe versions, which feature five additional acoustic tracks, will be available.

Brown comments on the new album:

        This record is really a new sound for Trapt. With Reborn we really wanted to use new sounds and textures as well as experiment with delays, reverbs, synths and many other techniques we have learned over the years or have heard in our influences. Lyrically, this album is as deep and thoughtful as any album that Trapt has done in the past.

"Bring It," the first single off the album, hit radio stations this past Monday, and can be purchased along with "Love Hate Relationship" here. So far there have been six confirmed songs for the album.


Watch the performance video for "Bring It:"

What are your thoughts on the new, upcoming album?