Southern rockers the Outlaws have set a September 25 release date for "It's About Pride," the group's first new album in 18 years. The set will be preceded by a single, "Tomorrow's Another Night," on August 20. In a statement, the group's Henry Paul said that, "Because of the band's history, we're seeing this as a new chapter. We've written and recorded this album on our own terms, and we're out to make a significant impression. What our fans loved then they still love now, because we are just as good or even better than we were. Most of all, they recognize the heart of what it is we still do." Championed by Lynyrd Skynyrd's late frontman Ronnie Van Zant, the Outlaws emerged in 1975 with the hits "Green Grass and High Tides" and "There Goes Another Love Song." Its last album of new material was "Diablo Canyon" in 1994. Paul, who's in his fourth stint with the group, is the sole original member remaining in its lineup. Founding members Frank O'Keefe and Billy Jones both passed away in 1995, and Hughie Thomasson died in 2007 after playing with Skynyrd.