Live versions of "What She Did" and "Declaration of War" were made available for a limited time on the Atlantic RecordsYouTube channel.
The first track, "Get Smashed Gate Crash" was added to the bands' MySpace in February 2008. The album was supposedly leaked onto various torrent sites however it has been confirmed to be fake.
A clip of "Declaration of War" became available on the internet on 25 March 2008. It was later announced that the song would be a single, and that the video would begin screening at several locations around the country in an unconventional method;
28 March 2008 - The Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London
A further fake copy surfaced two weeks before the release of the album which used 30 second previews of the songs on a loop, the band responded to this stating: "Some moronic blog writers have downloaded this version, failed to spot it's not actually the album and written reviews of it saying that all the songs are really repetitive. Errr megalolzeleven at them. Please buy your own copy and make up your own mind as to whether it's any cop or look out for genuine reviews in all the usual magazines in the next few weeks.".
On 16 May 2008 it was announced that "Crank It Up" would be the fifth single from the album.
The album was released in America on 28 October 2008.