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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imaginechina/REX/Shutterstock (9244248g) Park Chan-yeol (Chanyeol), Do Kyung-soo (D.O.), Kim Jong-in (Kai), Kim Jun-myeon (Suho or Soo Ho), Kim Jong-dae (Chen), Kim Min-seok (Xiumin), Byun Baek-hyun (Baekhyun or Bae Hyun) and Oh Se-hun (Sehun) of South Korean boy group EXO EXO band photocall, Seoul, South Korea - 26 Nov 2017
EXO are already acing their comeback (Picture: Rex Features)

EXO havent even released their latest album yet and theyre already winning.

Pre-sale stats have been released by SM Entertainment, the managers of the k-pop group, which show their fifth album, Dont Mess Up My Tempo, has already scored 1,104,617 pre-orders ahead of its 2 November release.

Its safe to say their tempo definitely hasnt been messed with there.

Punters in the industry previously referred to the nine-piece as Quadruple Million Sellers, after every single of their first four albums surpassed 1 million copies sold.

Their album will be out in two days

Guess now theyre reached the dizzying heights of being named Quintuple Million Sellers following their latest celebration.

Teasers have been released for their next offering, with the groups social media showing off a leather-clad Sehun smouldering for the camera most recently.

Following the short clip, a tachometer was posted, as we could hear revving in the background – further hinting at a biker-themed release.

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The album will be released on three versions: allegro, moderato and andante, and is now available for pre-orders on Korean sites Synnara and Yes24.

Based on the teaser photo, there are 11 songs in the new album: Tempo, Sign, Ooh La La La, Gravity, With You, 24/7, Bad Dream, Damage, Smile On My Face, Oasis and the Chinese version of Tempo.

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Although the photos showed only eight members, it was confirmed that member Lay participated in the music video and the Chinese version of the EXOs music.

Dont Mess Up My Tempo is released 2 November.

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