Kings of Leon Announce Track List for Upcoming Album

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Kings of Leon is preparing to take over the world on October 19 with the release of their upcoming album, Come Around Sundown.

According to Spinner, the album has 13 tracks, with the song "Radioactive" as the first single.

Fans will be able to view the music video for "Radioactive" when the band premieres it on its website September 8. Get excited. I'm sure they're excited to be back on top instead of literally being shat on while they play.

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