The Number Twelve Looks Like You have announced their first album in a decade and unveiled the first song from it. 

The band reunited a few years back to celebrate the 12th anniversary of their album Nuclear. Sad. Nuclear. 

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According to frontman Jesse Korman, the band wanted to make a “statement for the world to remember (the band) by” with new music. 

The band ended somewhat abruptly. We all just needed a break from one another,” Korman said. “So as the years went on, Alex and I felt like we never got to write some songs that we knew had to be written – that next sound, that next wild record that would push us even more out of our comfort zones and into new waters. We had built such a foundation, such an amazing following, and before we got too old, we knew we should give this one more big shot. To really make a statement for the world to remember us by.” 

The band shared the news to their fans via social media.

The wait is over. Pre-save and pre-order Wild Gods, releasing 9/20,” the band wrote on Twitter. 

The new album is called Wild Gods and is set to drop September 20 via Overlord Music. You can pre-order a copy here 

You can see the full tracklist for the album below. 

  1. Gallery of Thrills
  2. Last Laughter
  3. Ruin the Smile
  4. Ease My Siamese
  5. Sword Swallower
  6. Raised and Erased
  7. Tombo's Wound
  8. Of Fear
  9. Interspecies
  10. Rise Up Mountain

The band also released the first song from the album “Ruin The Smile” and a super creepy lyric video to go along with it. You can watch that below. 

The band will also be hitting the road this fall. You can check out all the dates below. 


10/1 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
10/2 Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall
10/3 Somerville, MA @ ONCE
10/4 Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room
10/5 Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz PDB
10/6 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
10/8 London, ON @ TBA
10/9 Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar
10/10 Berwyn, IL @ Wire
10/11 Indianapolis, IN @ Citadel
10/12 Columbus, OH @ Big Room Bar
10/13 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
10/15 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
10/16 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
10/17 Philedelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
10/18 Teaneck, NJ @ Debonair Music Hall

How excited are you for this new music? Sound off in the comments down below!

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