Aerosmith are getting ready for the release of their hotly-anticipated new album 'Music From Another Dimension,' and the rock legends have announced plans for a deluxe version that will contain additional audio and visual content.

According to a press release, the special edition will feature live performance videos of 'Rats in the Cellar,' 'Train Kept A-Rollin',' 'Oh Yeah' and 'Same Old Song and Dance.' There will also be new interviews with the members of Aerosmith, as well as three new bonus tracks titled 'Up on a Mountain,' 'Oasis' and 'Sunny Side of Love.'

The group worked with producer Jack Douglas on the album, which they say is a return to their roots. One of the two new tracks Aerosmith recently released to radio -- 'Lover Alot' - seems to bear that out, though the other, 'What Could Have Been Love,' is more in the vein of the band's later commercial hits. Other tracks on the album include 'Street Jesus,' 'We All Fall Down,' 'Freedom Fighter,' which features actor Johnny Depp on backing vocals, and 'Can't Stop Loving You,' on which Tyler duets with Carrie Underwood.

The album is Aerosmith's first full-length new studio album in 11 years. “It’s not that it took ten years," Steven Tyler says, “but that we were busy getting ready!”

'Music From Another Dimension' is slated to drop Nov. 6 via Columbia Records.