Aerosmith fans have waited 11 years for a new album of original music from the band, and now it looks like they'll have to wait a little longer.
The Boston rockers have moved the release date of "Music From Another Dimension" from August 28 to November 6.
"Too many people [other notable recording artists] are releasing [new albums] those weeks [in late summer/early fall]," lead singer Steven Tyler revealed on the "Alan Cox Show" on 100.7 WMMS Cleveland.
"We don't wanna step on their release dates. So we just said, 'You know what?! We've got the goods... ain't no doubt about it. We'll wait another couple of months.'"
While all the songs have been recorded, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were reportedly still working on the mixes when they had to leave for their Global Warming tour with Cheap Trick, which hits Toronto on Wednesday.
"Music From Another Dimension" is the band's first album of new material since 2001's "Just Push Play".
The project's lead single is "Legendary Child", which the band debuted on "American Idol" last month.
Thanks for the report to HenneMusic.com.