K-pop sensation EXO will make a grand return to the music scene with its new album "Exodus" in late March, its label SM Entertainment said Thursday.
The band's second full-length album, which comes nearly a year after its debut album "Overdose," will hit stores on March 31.
Some tracks, including its lead single "Call Me Baby," were unveiled during EXO's five-day local concert series held early this month in Seoul.
This time, the boy band aims to promote the upcoming album by releasing a string of videos featuring each member sequentially on EXO's official Twitter and Chinese Weibo account.
For starters, EXO member Kai's video, titled "Pathcode #KAI," will be uploaded on Thursday midnight on EXO's official website and YouTube.
All eyes are on how EXO will fare with the new album this year after achieving great success last year with the five-track EP "Overdose," with which the group dominated year-end music awards at home and abroad.
"Exodus" marks the first album as a 10-member group without Chinese members Kris and Luhan, who left the band in May and October, respectively.
Along with preparations for the new album, the idol stars are set to present a Web drama, "EXO Next Door," which will begin airing in April via Naver's online TV webcasting and Line mobile app.
With the boys' eye-catching looks, trendy music and strong backing from SM Entertainment, EXO rapidly shot to stardom across Asia after its debut in 2012.