PUDDLE OF MUDD have set "Life On Display" as the title for their sophomore full-length album, due in the spring through Interscope Records.

"I heard eight of the tracks two nights ago, and they literally sent chills throughout my body, and my vision was impaired and kind of blurry for about 30 minutes straight," singer Wes Scantlin told MTV.com.

PUDDLE OF MUDD have finished recording most of the album with producer John Kurzweg, who worked on the band's debut as well as CREED's three albums.

"I'm just trying to crawl under people's skin and make them feel good," Scantlin said of his contributions, which he described as "passionate and emotional." "The lyrics are about problems that I still kind of go through on a daily basis. Will I ever meet the right woman? I don't know."

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Once "Life on Display" is completed, PUDDLE OF MUDD plan to finalize a summer world tour.

"We'll bring some great bands out with us," the singer said. "I don't feel we need to open up for anybody."


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