Get your friends together and get ready to rock this fall. That's because the Rock Band gaming franchise is ready to serve up its fourth edition, and there's a bunch of new songs getting the Rock Band treatment.

According to IGN, Foo Fighters, Ozzy Osbourne and Judas Priest lead the latest additions to Rock Band 4, as they'll contribute "The Feast and the Famine," "Miracle Man" and "Halls of Valhalla" respectively to the game.

Aspiring rockers can also test out their skills on the newly added tracks from Aerosmith ("Toys in the Attic"), Dream Theater ("Metropolis - Part 1: The Miracle and the Sleeper") and Live ("All Over You"). Plus there's newly added cuts from The Cure ("Friday I'm in Love"), The Outfield ("Your Love"), Paramore ("Still Into You"), St. Vincent ("Birth in Reverse") and Van Morrison ("Brown Eyed Girl").

They join previously announced songs from Avenged Sevenfold ("Hail to the King"), Jack White ("Lazaretto"), The Who ("The Seeker") and the Killers ("Somebody Told Me") among others. Check out a video from IGN displaying the game play of some of the game's songs above. The game is expected to arrive on Oct. 6. For pre-order info, check here.

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