Morissette Wraps Up Work On New Album

Singer wrote, produced, arranged LP, due June 12.

Alanis Morissette has completed a harder and edgier studio follow-up to 1998's Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, according to Maverick Records' Web site.

Morissette, who's up for the Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Grammy for "So Pure," wrote, produced and arranged the still-untitled album, due June 12, a spokesperson for the label confirmed. The Canadian singer also has posted in-studio photos on her own Web site, www.alanismorissette.com.

Her most recent album was 1999's Alanis Unplugged, from her "MTV Unplugged" performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. In addition to such hits as "Ironic" and "You Oughta Know," the disc featured a cover of the Police's "King of Pain."