All-American Rejects finish third album

'When the World Comes Down' due Nov. 18

NEW YORK -- The All-American Rejects have wrapped their third album, "When the World Comes Down," and will release it Nov. 18 via Interscope. First single "Gives You Hell" will debut via a mobile campaign where fans text a special code to obtain it.

The set is the follow-up to the Rejects' 2005 album "Move Along," which has sold more than 2 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"World" was produced by Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, Smash Mouth). Other songs include "Mona Lisa," "The Real World," "Breaking's What the Heart Is For" and "Another Heart Calls," a duet with the Pierces.

"There's definitely some of the hardest moments we've ever had and some of the softest moments we've ever had, and everything in between," guitarist Nick Wheeler said. "We're just trying to make it better than the last one, because we want to and it needs to be."