Suicideboys are entering album release mode. The New Orleans group, comprised of Slick Sloth and Ruby da Cherry, announced a new project and tour this week. They also let loose a new single on Wednesday (Aug. 1) titled "Carrollton," complete with an intro from Juicy J.

The track, titled after the New Orleans neighborhood of the same name, features the duo trading typically bleak images of depression and horror intertwined with helpless indulgences in wealth. The self-produced beat is all distorted bass and ominous bells.

"Blunt lit, lungs itch, bitch, I like the sting/Smoking potent thinking I'm the chosen one, bitch, I'm a king/I can hear my dead homies sing/Now my eyes always hurtin', wiping tears with diamond rings," Ruby raps.

The song will be featured on Suicideboys' forthcoming album I Want To Die in New Orleans, set to release on Sept. 7. The group explained the title in an Instagram caption on Monday (July 30).

"We have decided that none of this fame or money will ever make us happy," they wrote in part. "For a second there we thought it would. Therefore, we are changing the album title to...I Want To Die In New Orleans."

Slick and Ruby kick off an international tour in support of the album in Estonia on Aug. 16 and begin a 10-show domestic run in Miami Beach, Fla. on Sept. 5. The project will be the group's first extended release since their Kill Yourself XVI–XX series of EPs dropped in Sept. 2017. They also appeared on Juicy J's January mixtape ShutDaFukUp.

Check out the tour dates, tracklist, cover art and "Carrollton" below.

Suicideboys' I Want To Die in New Orleans Tracklist

1. "King Tulip"
2. "Bring Out Your Dead"
3. "Nicotine Patches"
4. "10,000 Degrees"
5. "122 Days"
6. "Phantom Menace"
7. "Krewe du Vieux (Comedy & Tragedy)"
8. "WAR TIME ALL THE TIME"
9. "Coma"
10. "Long Gone (Save Me From This Hell)"
11. "Meet Mr. Niceguy"
12. "Carrollton"
13. "FUCK the Industry"
14. "I No Longer Fear The Razor Guarding My Heel (IV)"

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Suicideboys' I Want To Die In New Orleans Tour

Aug. 16 — Pamu, Estonia — Weekend Festival
Aug. 17 — Tempere, Finland — Blockfest
Aug. 18 — Wieweit, Belgium — Pukkelpop
Aug. 19 — Biddinghuizen, Holland — Lowlands
Aug. 20 — Warsaw, Poland — Stodola
Aug. 23 — Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic — Hip Hop Kemp
Aug. 24 — Oberhausen, Germany — Hype Festival
Aug. 25 — Reading, United Kingdom — Reading Festival
Aug. 26 — Leeds, United Kingdom — Leeds Festival
Aug. 28 — London, United Kingdom — Underworld
Aug. 29 — Paris, France — La Bellevilloise
Aug. 30 — Amsterdam, Holland — Melkweg Oude Zaal
Aug. 31 — Berlin, Germany — Silent Green
Sept. 1 — Cologne, Germany — CBE
Sept. 5 — Miami Beach, Fla. — Fillmore
Sept. 7 — New York, N.Y. — Playstation Theatre
Sept. 9 — Chicago, Ill. — Riviera Theatre
Sept. 12 — Denver, Colo. — Filmore Auditorium
Sept. 13 — Salt Lake City, Utah — Rockwell
Sept. 14 — Las Vegas, Nev. — Brooklyn Bowl
Sept. 16 — Oakland, Calif. — Rolling Loud Festival
Sept. 18 — Dallas, Texas — South Side Ballroom
Sept. 19 — Houston, Texas — Retention Music Center
Sept. 20 — New Orleans, La. — The Joy Theatre

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