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AC/DC's Brian Johnson and Angus Young perform at Telenor Arena on Fornebu, outside Oslo on February 18, 2009.

AC/DC has shared the video for "Rock the Blues Away," the third clip from the Aussie rockers' most recent studio album Rock Or Bust

The video captures AC/DC in their element. There's no green screen, you won't spot any confetti cannons or CGI. Director David Mallet has shot the Hall of Fame outfit as they get down to business... rocking out in a small, sweaty L.A. club (he's also interspersed the clip with black & white behind-the-scenes footage). 

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"Rock the Blues Away" follows clips for "Play Ball" and the album's title track. 

AC/DC has been confirmed as headliners for this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which runs from April 10 to 17. The band's Rock Or Bust World Tour will open May 5 in Holland, and will wrap-up Sept. 28 in Los Angeles at Dodger's Stadium. 

Rock Or Bust has sold nearly 2.8 million copies since its release last November, according to the band's longtime Sydney label home, Alberts. 

Watch the clip below

The upcoming dates will feature Chris Slade behind the kit, replacing the veteran drummer Phil Rudd, who became estranged from the group when he was charged with threatening to kill a man in his employ in late 2014.

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Slade previously drummed with AC/DC from 1989 to 1994 and performed with the band at the Grammys earlier this year. Founding guitarist Malcolm Young has left the band after being diagnosed with dementia; his replacement is Stevie Young, Angus and Malcolm's nephew.

AC/DC last embarked on a global trek from 2008 through 2010 on the Black Ice World Tour.