The former Take That singer will release 'Reality Killed The Video Star', his first studio album since 2006's 'Rudebox', on November 9. A single, 'Bodies', will be released on October 12.
The album, which will be Williams' eighth, was produced by Trevor Horn (Belle & Sebastian, Pet Shop Boys, Paul McCartney) in London.
The announcement apparently brings to an end Williams' 'strike' against his record label, EMI, which began in January as a protest against Terra Firma, the company that bought the label.
At the time his manager Tim Clark said he believed that Terra Firma chief Guy Hands had acted like a "plantation owner".
Aside from music, Williams has also developed a keen interest in the paranormal over the past few years. The singer co-hosted a BBC Radio 4 documentary about aliens in May 2008.
Source : NME