The band features Filter frontman Richard Patrick with former Stone Temple Pilots members Dean DeLeo on guitar and Robert DeLeo on bass. Ray Luzier, a veteran of David Lee Roth‘s band, mans the drums.

The group’s first live appearance is scheduled for Philadelphia November 18. The itinerary includes club shows in Boston, Atlanta and Nashville, and the band promises a full tour next year.

Army Of Anyone’s self-titled debut album, produced by Bob Ezrin, is due out November 14.

“We can not wait to get out there and play these songs in front of a live audience,” Patrick said in a press release. “We’ve had a great time doing live on air radio performances. But to be out there in front of a live crowd, that’s what we’ve all been waiting for.”