Garth Brooks has revealed more details about his first new studio album in 13 years.

The disc -- his first since 2001's 'Scarecrow' -- will be called 'Man Against Machine.'

"Music has always been a reflection of where mankind is at the time," Brooks says. "For 14 years, I have watched heart and soul, dreams and individualism, fighting for their very existence in a world of increasing technology. This album is a reminder to all those who dream, work, and fight for what they believe; do not give up your vision."

'Man Against Machine' will feature Brooks' new single, 'People Loving People,' as well as 'Send 'Em on Down the Road,' which is an instant download to fans who pre-order the album. The country legend says he largely used outside songwriters for the new songs.

”I don’t trust my pen yet," Brooks says. "I’m kind of rusty. I’ve been out of it for a while.”

The new album will be available on Nov. 11, and is available for preorder via and GhostTunes, either alone or in a "mega bundle."

Brooks continues his Comeback Tour, featuring wife Trisha Yearwood, this month with dates in Jacksonville, Fla., Lexington, Ky. and Minneapolis, Minn.

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