The Melvins have a new album coming out next month, and they also have an extensive American tour planned beginning Aug. 3 in Las Vegas.

Basses Loaded, which features six different bass players, will be released June 3. One of the tracks on the album is the Beatles cover "I Want To Tell You." You can listen to it over at the Wall Street Journal.

The bassists on the album include Steve McDonald (Red Kross), J.D. Pinkus (Butthole Surfers), Jared Warren (Big Business), Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle), Melvins drummer Dale Cover and Krist Novoselic (Nirvana).

Frontman Buzz Osborne tells Rolling Stone how Novoselic's appearance came about: "It was before where [the surviving members of Nirvana] played with Paul McCartney. Dave Grohl had said that he wanted to do all that stuff with us. He wanted to do Nirvana songs with the Melvins, and maybe have David Yow singing."

Osborne continues, "So Krist Novoselic came down and we started rehearsing, and Dave was supposed to show up — and he just never showed up. Blew it off, totally. And it was his idea! I didn't appreciate that, you know? I'm a lot of things, but one thing I'm not doing is sitting next to the phone in curlers, waiting for Dave Grohl to call me, you know? When he totally blows you off like that, it's f--ked. But whatever. There's nothing I can do about that. So we did some recording with Krist while he was here."

Pre-orders for Basses Loaded are available at this location. You can also pre-order it digitally via iTunes.

As stated, the band will be hitting the road in August. The run begins Aug. 3 in Las Vegas, with dates booked through Sept. 24 in Long Beach, Calif. See all of the stops below.

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The Melvins Summer 2016 Tour Dates

8/3 -- Las Vegas, Nev. -- Backstage Bar & Billiards
8/4 -- Flagstaff, Ariz. -- The Green Room
8/6 -- Boulder, Colo. -- Fox Theatre
8/7 -- Ft. Collins, Colo. -- Aggie Theatre
8/9 -- Sioux Falls, S.D. -- The District
8/10 -- Fargo, N.D. -- The Aquariaum (Dempsey’s Upstairs)
8/13 -- Eau Claire, Wis. -- Eaux Claires Music Festival
8/14 -- Rock Island, Ill. -- Rock Island Brewing Company
8/15 -- Des Moines, Iowa -- Wooly’s
8/16 -- Lawrence, Kan. -- The Bottleneck
8/17 -- St. Louis, Mo. - The Firebird
8/18 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Headliners Music Hall
8/19 -- Indianapolis, Ind. -- The Vogue Theatre
8/20 -- Grand Rapids, Mich. -- The Pyramid Scheme
8/22 -- Columbus, Ohio -- A&R Music Bar
8/23 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Rex Theater
8/24 -- Buffalo, N.Y. -- Iron Works
8/26 -- Syracuse, N.Y. -- The Westcott Theater
8/27 -- Northampton, Mass. -- Pearl Street
8/28 -- Hamden, Ct. -- The Ballroom at the Outer Space
8/29 -- Providence, R.I. -- Fete Ballroom
8/31 -- Baltimore, Md. -- Ottobar
9/1 -- Carrboro, N.C. -- Cat’s Cradle
9/3 -- Cookeville, Tenn. -- Muddy Roots Music Festival
9/5 -- Athens, Ga. -- 40 Watt Club
9/6 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Amos’ Southend
9/7 -- Charleston, S.C. -- Music Farm
9/8 -- Jacksonville, Fla. -- Jack Rabbits
9/10 -- Baton Rouge, La. -- Spanish Moon
9/11 -- Jackson, Miss. -- Duling Hall
9/12 -- Memphis, Tenn. -- Hi-Tone
9/13 -- Little Rock, Ark. -- Metroplex
9/14 -- Tulsa, Okla. -- Cain’s Ballroom
9/15 -- Oklahoma City, Okla. -- The ACM @ UCO Performance Lab
9/16 -- Norman, Okla. -- Opolis
9/17 -- Austin, Texas -- The Sidewinder
9/18 -- San Antonio, Texas -- Paper Tiger
9/20 -- El Paso, Texas -- Lowbrow Palace
9/21 -- Tucson, Ariz. -- Club Congress
9/24 -- Long Beach, Calif. -- Music Tastes Good Festival