Garth Brooks has revealed the release date for his upcoming studio album.

The country legend announced his new album will drop on Nov. 11 during a press conference in Atlanta on Friday (Sept. 19). He did not reveal the title for the upcoming project, which he will release via a new partnership with Sony and RCA Nashville.

Brooks is performing at the Philips Arena in Atlanta as part of his comeback tour, which also features his wife, Trisha Yearwood. She has also announced an upcoming album through Sony and RCA.

Neither Brooks nor RCA has announced whether his new album will be a Walmart exclusive -- a paradigm he has used to great success in the past -- or whether it will be available at all brick and mortar stores. The project will be available digitally at GhostTunes, Brooks' newly-launched digital venture.

He is currently offering fans a career-spanning bundle that includes all of his previously-released studio albums, the upcoming album, and another new album slated for 2015 for the one-time price of $29.99.

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