German classic-minded rockers Zodiac are streaming their acclaimed debut album "A Bit of Devil," out Monday (Oct. 22), at

"A Bit of Devil," which includes a cover of ZZ Top's "Blue Jean Blues," is currently available for pre-order through the Prosthetic webstore here. The North American version of the album includes the instrumental bonus track "Dying Done," while a deluxe digital edition featuring "Dying Done" and the band's entire first self-released EP will be available soon.

Zodiac was originally formed by Long Distance Calling drummer Janosch Rathmer and guitarist Nick van Delft in 2010 after joining forces with Rocketchief members Stephen Gall and Robert Kahr. The band, who have been compared to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy and Iron Maiden, have created a unique sound that can best be described as blues-driven, classic rock-inspired, and even psychedelic.

Following the release of "A Bit of Devil," Zodiac -- who have recently performed alongside Graveyard and Church of Misery -- will promote the album by touring in and around their native country, including a performance at the Hammer of Doom festival alongside Pentagram and The Skull (ex-Trouble). Dates can be found below.

See Zodiac live below:
10/27 Huckelhoven, Germany – Halloween Smash Fest
10/28 Koln, Germany – Underground
11/9 Oberentfelden, Switzerland – Borom Pom Pom
11/10 Wurzburg, Germany – Hammer Of Doom Festival
11/16 Munster, Germany – Sputnikhalle