AC/DC STREAM “PLAY BALL” ONLINE, SINGLE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD

ac:dc400 AC/DC have posted their new single Play Ball online for streaming. Listen to it below.

Play Ball is the first single to be released from the band’s forthcoming album, Rock Or Bust due December 2nd. To download the single at iTunes, click here.

Rock or Bust is the first AC/DC album in the band’s 41 year history without founding member Malcolm Young on the recordings. It has been revealed recently that Young is suffering from dementia.

AC/DC will undertake a world tour in support of Rock or Bust in 2015. Stevie Young, nephew of founding members Angus and Malcolm Young, plays rhythm guitar on the album and will accompany the band on tour.

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  • Dana on

    To quote the boys of South Park, “Kick A**!”

    Dana from ET.com πŸ˜€


    • C.J. on

      To quote Joe Dirt, “righteously kick ass”


  • James K. on

    Hell yes!!! AC/DC!!! Can’t wait for the new album and tour. This one will be for Malcolm and the love we all have for him. It has to be tough emotionally for Brian, Angus, Cliff, Phil to go forward without Malcolm, but they’ve got all the love and support behind them from all of us fans and Stevie will make his uncle Malcolm proud. So bring on the Thunder From Down Under!!!


  • James K. on

    I know it’s too soon to get my hopes up, but I am hoping they bring Airbourne on tour with them. Good God in Heaven, I love that band!!! Black Dog Barking was in my top 5 albums of 2013. Hell, I still listen to it on a regular basis. It’s time for that band to break wide open and conquer America once and for all.


    • Dana on

      James,

      I love Black Dog Barking as well. Ditto with Runnin’ Wild. I think of all the three Airbourne albums, No Guts, No Glory, is the “weakest.”

      Dana from ET.com πŸ™‚


    • James K. on

      They suffered a little bit of the sophomore slump with No Guts, No Glory but it’s not bad at all, just not as good as the other two.


    • Dana on

      Agreed, James.

      D πŸ™‚


    • James K. on

      Dana,
      Did you know Airbourne actually have another album that came out a few years before Runnin’ Wild? They released it independently and I don’t know if it was ever released in the US. So technically, they list Runnin’ Wild as their “official” debut album. That independent album is called “Ready To Rock”. I’ve heard some of it on YouTube. If you haven’t heard it, you need to check it out. From what I’ve heard of it, It’s rawer sounding and Joel O’Keefe’s vocals are a little rougher, more guttural sounding. But it still sounds like down and dirty Airbourne rock and roll.


    • Dana on

      James,

      Thank you so much for that information. I will definitely search it out πŸ™‚

      D πŸ™‚


    • James K. on

      I’ve only heard a couple of songs, like the title track that now they’ve redone and changed up with different lyrics. It’s cool to hear them a little less refined sounding but still rocking their butts off.


    • Dana on

      James,

      I just checked out a few songs on YouTube. It was good, but I like the slightly more polished sound they have now. Seems like good things come from down under: AC/DC, Airbourne and Jet. Too bad Jet broke up, I thought they were a pretty solid rock band too. However, Airbourne makes me to run a marathon, super upbeat.

      D πŸ™‚


  • Sean in Australia on

    Play ball is back to the sound of the fly on the wall era but with 21st century production. Both Angus and Stevie Young smoke this track. Brian is also singing great,Phil and Cliff lock it all down perfectly.
    After the tragedy of the news of Malcolm back in April, to regroup in May and recordan album in around 4 weeks that sounds awesome so far is beyond anything any fan of rock could hope for beyond their wildest dreams. Then again they did exactly the same thing back in 1980 with Back in Black and look what happened then. I think that this new album Rock or Bust may well turn out to be their best album since Back in black,and if it is indeed their final recording then great,they have come full circle. A thought goes out to Malcolm.


  • Medved on

    Well what do you know? “Play Ball” sounds just like every other AC/DC song you’ve heard for the past 40 years! Hokey Pokey!


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