King Crimson will release a new live "mini album" on January 13 featuring material recorded on the group's recent North American Tour.
Crimson founder Robert Fripp said the album will be about 40 minutes long and feature a version of "Starless" recorded on the Los Angeles stop.
"We're just completing the mix on 'Starless,' live in Los Angeles, and this really is a hummer," Fripp says.
The group's current incarnation features Fripp, bassist Tony Levin, lead singer/guitarist Jakko Jakszyk, saxophonist/flautist Mel Collins, and three drummers: Bill Rieflin. Pat Mastelotto, and Gavin Harrison.
Check out this video of Fripp and Jakszyk at work on the record.