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Posted on Jun 16, 2014 02:01 pm
Legendary parodist Weird Al Yankovic has announced his return to the music world, confirming July 15 as the release date of his new album, a follow-up to 2011's "Alpocalypse."
As Rolling Stone reports, the announcement was made via Twitter with a photo of Al dressed up in a Russian military uniform.
Apart from the release date, more fresh info has surfaced. According to TMZ, Yankovic had asked Iggy Azaela for a permission to cover one of her tunes. Comedian Patton Oswalt also touched on the matter via Twitter last month, saying, "Just listened to Al Yankovic's upcoming album and I am in awe. He satirizes a band I've worshiped since the '90s and it ... is ... beautiful."
The new release will mark Yankovic's 15th studio effort, stay tuned for fresh updates.