November can't get here soon enough. Foo Fighters served up a second audio snippet over the weekend, which once again promises an epic and rocking studio album.

The latest audio preview came courtesy of Twitter Music head Bob Moczydlowsky, who utilized a Vine video to show off a guitar-led version of one of the band's songs, exclaiming the song makes them "sound 100 feet tall." As the track is playing on spinning vinyl, you can see that it is part of the first song on the side, meaning that the hard rocking licks come from either the album opening song 'Something for Nothing' or the fifth song on the album, 'Outside.'

This follows the previous audio preview that found Dave Grohl delivering an epic abrasive delivery of the lyrics "All rise!" without an instrumental backing. That clip can be found here. Meanwhile, check out the guitar-driven new clip in the posting below:

Foo Fighters' 'Sonic Highways' album is due on Nov. 10. The disc is currently available for pre-order at this location. Meanwhile, fans can also look forward to a star-studded documentary series called 'Sonic Highways' that will be premiering on HBO Oct. 17. The band just released an extensive trailer for the upcoming series that also features some music from the studio. It can be found here.