Johnny Depp's new album with British guitarist Jeff Beck features an angry track allegedly about Amber Heard.

The 13-track collaboration, titled "18", includes two original songs and two covers from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star, who won his defamation case against his ex-wife last month. It will release coming Friday.

The lyrics of the track, titled "Sad Motherf*****in' Parade," seems to be a commentary about Depp's affair with Heard, The Times of London reported in its advanced review of the album.

"You're sitting there like a dog with a seven-year itch… If I had a dime, it wouldn't reach your hand," the actor croons in the track.

"I think you've said enough for one motherfu****ing night," he continues.

Beck and Depp first announced their collaboration in June.

"When Johnny and I started playing together, it really ignited our youthful spirit and creativity," Beck said in a statement on his website at the time. "We would joke about how we felt 18 again, so that just became the album title too."

Following the statement, the duo dropped an official video for "This is a Song for Miss Hedy Lamarr," which was penned by Depp in honor of the late actress and inventor. Aside from the track, the album also features Depp's covers of "Caroline, No" by Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and "Venus and Furs" by the Velvet Ground.

Other tracks featured in the album include "What's Going On" by Marvin Gaye, "Stars" by Janis Ian, "Midnight Walker" by Davy Spillane, "Ooo Baby Baby" by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, "The Death and Destruction Show" by Killing Joke and "Let It Be Me" by the Everly Brothers.

Depp worked with Beck on the album earlier this year while he was entangled in his highly publicized lawsuit against Heard. The defamation trial lasted for six weeks and reached a verdict on June 1, with the jury unanimously siding with Depp.

Since the conclusion of the trial, Depp has been appearing as a guest on Beck's European tour, which ends on July 25.

"It's an extraordinary honor to play and write music with Jeff," said Depp of their collaboration. "One of the true greats and someone I am now privileged enough to call my brother."

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, seen here in 2015, traded bitter claims before a global audience
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, seen here in 2015, traded bitter claims before a global audience AFP / TIZIANA FABI