Rock rules on next week’s Billboard 200 as Queens of the Stone Age, Sleeping with Sirens, and Megadeth all bow in the Top 10.

As expected Queens of the Stone Age’s “...Like Clockwork” will debut at NO. 1 with sales of up to 95,000. Rockers Sleeping With Sirens’s “Feel” will land at No. 2 with 70,000, while Megadeth charges in at No. 6 with sales of up to 32,000 for “Super Collider.” 

This week’s No. 1, Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories,” will drop to No. 3, mustering another 65,000 in sales.

Darius Rucker’s  “True Believers” and  Blake Shelton’s “Based on A True Story” are tied for No. 4 with each slated to move up to 35,000 copies, according to Hits Daily Double. Shelton’s album sees an uptick after hosting last week’s tornado charity concert.

Imagine Dragons’ “Night Visions” and Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience” find themselves in the same situation, with both poised to sell up to 28,000 for the No. 7 slot.

The soundtrack to “The Great Gatsby” continues its top 10 turn and will likely be at No. 9 if it can hold off a charge from George Strait’s “Love Is Everything,” which will be at No. 10.