Aerosmith is set to release their latest studio album "Music From Another Dimension," which will drop on November 5.

The compilation of new tracks will be the band's first LP since 2001's "Just Push Play" and have already debuted the record's first single, "Legendary Child."

But while the song has failed to impress on both the Billboard and iTunes charts, the band is doing all it can to draw positive attention its way.

Front man Steven Tyler, who recently bowed out of his judging role on "American Idol," mentioned that Sony will release two more singles before the album drops in November. According to multiple reports, one of those tracks is most likely to be the bluesy single "Oh Yeah," which the band has been playing on its active Global Warming tour.

Rolling Stone is also reporting that Aerosmith has tapped a number of outside talents to add some unique flavor to its new album, one of which being Carrie Underwood.

The "Blown Away" singer reportedly appears as ½ of a duet with Steven Tyler on the track "Beautiful," which Tyler described to the outlet as "a country-western crossover ballad."

"Their voices matched up really well. It doesn't sound forced. It was just right," Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry told Rolling Stone in reference to the song.

Also appearing on the new album is Julian Lennon, the son of the late great Beatle John Lennon. The 49-year-old singer/songwriter met contributes harmony vocals to "Love Three Times a Day," which Tyler describes as "Beatlesque."

"He's such a sweet fu--ing guy," Tyler told Rolling Stone. "And he's John's first son with that voice and sense of humor - gimme a break!"

Last but not least is Johnny Depp, who's has been known to rock out on guitar with the likes of Oasis, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Marilyn Manson. For Aerosmith latest release, Depp contributed backup vocals to Joe Perry's politically conscious rocker "Freedom Fighter."

Aerosmith has been enjoying its Global Warming tour by incorporating two of the album's tracks, "Legendary Child" and "Oh Yeah," into its shows.

"Everyone wants to hear the same 'Dream On''s and 'Walk This Way''s, but that's not what I had in mind to be in a band - to be the best cover band you can be," Perry told Rolling Stone. "We can be the best Aerosmith cover band out there, and I was getting tired of it. So I'm really glad to have this record."