Lady Gaga will release her new album "ARTPOP" on Nov. 11, according a post on her official Facebook page.
The post, which is accompanied by a pic of the "Born This Way" singer, 27, sporting an arm tattoo of "ARTPOP," went live in the middle of the night and calls the release date a "BIG BANG."
The album will come out alongside an app, that will combine music, art, fashion and technology, and help the user "share in the "adrenaline of fame" as they build and share their own projects," the statement said.
Pre-orders for the album and the app will begin Sept. 1, with a the first single coming Aug. 19.
In true "ARTPOP" form, the statement was very abstract saying that "the album … musically mirrors Gaga's creative process as she passes through the mediums of each artist she collaborates with," and that "ARTPOP could mean anything."
Back in February, the "Bad Romance" singer announced that she had a tear in her right hip, which needed surgery, and required her to finish this new album while she recovered.
She was also forced to cancel the remaining 22 shows of her "Born This Way Tour."
"ARTPOP" will be the fourth studio album from Gaga, who's won five Grammy Awards for work from her first three efforts.