The Black Keys will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their seminal album Brothers with a deluxe reissue. Out on December 18th, the anniversary edition will come in a variety of formats and feature two previously-unreleased tracks cut from the record.

In addition to the original 15 Brothers tracks, the reissue will also host “Keep My Name Outta Your Mouth” and “Black Mud Part II” in addition to the rarity “Chop and Change”, which was featured on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse soundtrack.

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The Black Keys’ Brothers 10th anniversary edition is available in CD, two-LP, and 7″ box set formats. Limited to only 7,500 copies worldwide, the box set features nine 7″ singles, liner notes from Rolling Stone critic David Fricke, a 60-page book of archival photos, and limited-edition poster inside the box whose cover is made with special heat-sensitive ink. The LP reissue is cut on 140-gram vinyl packaged in a 12″ vinyl tip-on gatefold double-pocket album jacket, and also includes Fricke’s liner notes and select photos. Finally, the single-CD package contains all the same tracks in addition to a booklet containing Fricke’s notes and a collection of photos.

To accompany the announcement, The Black Keys also shared a humorous trailer for the reissue. In the clip, a fan eagerly purchases Brothers back in 2010 only to be struck by a car while excitedly texting his friend (using T9 predictive text). Upon emerging from his coma, he is poorly informed of the ways in which the world has changed by a pot-vaping hospital staffer. Rather than informing him of all the ways the world has gone to hell, the medical professional instead conveys all the updates in the Black Keys world, like how they squashed their beef with Jack White and party with Betty White every night.

Watch the trailer for the 10th anniversary reissue of Brothers by The Black Keys below. Click here to pre-order any of the packages.

The Black Keys – Brothers Deluxe Remastered 10th Anniversary Edition

[Video: The Black Keys]

[H/T Rolling Stone]