No Line On The Horizon is U2's 12th studio album, and their first release since the nine million selling album How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004). Produced by Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois and Steve Lillywhite, sessions for No Line On The Horizon began in Fez, Morocco, and continued at the band's Dublin studio, New York's Platinum Sound Recording Studios, and Olympic Studios in London. The album will be released in a standard format with a 24- page booklet and in digipak format. The digipak includes an extended booklet and the album's companion film "Linear" by Anton Corbijn. A limited edition package with album, CD and 64-page magazine will also be available, featuring the band in conversation with artist Catherine Owens, as well as new Anton Corbijn photographs. No Line On The Horizon will also be released on 180gm vinyl. The cover artwork for the album is an image of the sea meeting the sky by Japanese artist and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto.