The gents of Jane’s Addiction already pushed back the release date for their new album, ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ one week from Sept. 27 to Oct. 4. Now the guys figure, Why not take a bit more time? Two weeks, to be exact. Due to undetermined reasons, the band has official announced the album will now drop Oct. 18.

To record the release, Jane’s Addiction tapped famed alternative rock producer Rich Costey (Muse, Franz Ferdinand) and TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, the latter who helped with writing and programming on the album, plus played bass guitar.

Fans waiting for a tour announce will have to settle for Jane’s Addiction’s mini-tour of Chicago, Los Angeles and New York—for now, at least. The shows, which will celebrate the release of ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ happen Sept. 24-25 in Chicago, Oct. 3-4 in L.A. and Oct. 17-18 in N.Y. Hoping for Jane's to hit closer to home? Don't fret. More tour dates are expect to be announced soon.