AC/DC’s ‘Rock Or Bust’ Is Streaming Now

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Angus Young of AC/DC performs on stage at Download Festival on June 11, 2010 in Donington, UK.

AC/DC’s latest album Rock Or Bust is streaming early through an iTunes Radio “First Play” exclusive. 

The legendary Aussie rockers’ 11-track album includes first single “Play Ball” and its title track, the official video for which dropped in recent days.

AC/DC Release 'Rock or Bust' Video, Minus Drummer Phil Rudd

Rock Or Bust was recorded in Vancouver, Canada earlier this year with Brendan O’Brien on production duties and with Mike Fraser mixing. The new album can be listened to at ahead of its official release Nov. 28 Down Under and Dec. 2 in North America. 

AC/DC Reveals ‘Rock Or Bust’ Tracklist, Drops First Single ‘Play Ball’: Listen

It’s the band’s first set of new material since 2008’s Black Ice, which went on to sell nearly 8 million copies around the globe. The new effort doesn’t feature the services of founding guitarist Malcolm Young, who has left the band after being diagnosed with dementia. Young’s nephew, Stephen Young, has slotted in on guitar.

A tour in support of the album should follow in 2015. Its unclear what, if any, role drummer Phil Rudd will play on live dates given his well publicised court case in New Zealand on charges of threatening murder and drug possession.