Charice’s second album in Japan named ‘Infinity’ (photo)

Here’s the new cover.

On October 5, Charice has a new album hitting stores — but unfortunately, this news will probably not make you as excited unless you are living in East Asia. “Infinity” is the second album the singer is releasing in Japan, and according to Charice Mania it will contain a number of familiar songs — including “Louder,” “Before It Explodes,” and “One Day.”

One thing that does make this especially a standout is simply the cover. It is sleek, classy, and the choice to use the infinity sign rather than the actual word gives the image a bit more of a flair of mystery.

Now, fans in other parts of the world will simply have to wait and see when the Philippines-born singer will have some more music coming in their direction as well. (Charice’s self-titled album — which included the hit single “Pyramid” featuring Iyaz — dropped in America in May 2010.)

When are you hoping that Charice will have some new music in other parts of the world? Stay tuned — we’ll have more news as it breaks!

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