The band is offering free concert tickets to anyone who buys the album within six days of its May 9 release, providing they mail in a copy of the receipt and a proof-of-purchase found on an insert inside each unit.

Bad Religion hits the road this week supporting Blink-182. It’s the band’s first major outing since the 1998 Van’s Warped Tour.

The headlining tour that will honor the free tickets takes place this fall. Right now, there are almost 30 dates on the tentative itinerary, with dates starting September 26 in Southern California. Venues and other details have not yet been announced.

The New America, produced by Todd Rundgren, is the band’s fifth release on Atlantic Records. It also marks the first since 1994’s “Stranger Than Fiction” to feature a contribution from former bandmate Brett Gurewitz, who owns the Epitaph record label.