K-pop boy band EXO is set to unveil new songs at an upcoming concert, its label SM Entertainment said Tuesday.
The 10-member group will showcase performances for some of the songs on the forthcoming album at its second exclusive concert to be held in March.
Among the tracks is "El Dorado," a "dream-like" song featured in teaser videos in the run-up to EXO's debut in 2012.
The band will also put a fresh twist on performances of their past hits such as "Growl" and "Overdose."
The concert, titled "EXO PLANET #2 ― The EXO'luXion," will take place at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena on March 7 and 8 and from 13-15.
"EXO'luXion" is a combination of EXO and Revolution, which shows the 10-member group's determination to make it "revolutionary," according to SM Entertainment.
The March 13 concert was added to its itinerary in response to a flood of requests from fans who were unable to get tickets for the other shows, the label said.
The exact date of the album release is not yet confirmed.