Listen to AC/DC’s Entire ‘Rock or Bust’ Album
'Rock or Bust,' AC/DC's 16th studio album, was completed earlier this year by the core group of Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Cliff Williams and Phil Rudd. Malcolm Young was replaced by nephew Stevie Young after retiring from the group. Stevie will also join the tour behind 'Rock or Bust.'
Rudd subsequently dropped out, as well, after being arrested for threatening murder and drug possession. An earlier charge of hiring a hitman has been dropped. Bob Richards filled in on both of the new album's advance singles, 'Play Ball' and 'Rock or Bust.' The clip for 'Rock or Bust' is available for streaming above.
SiriusXM is also launching a limited-run channel focusing on AC/DC, to air from Wednesday (Nov. 26) through Dec. 7 via satellite on Channel 25, at siriusxm.com and through the SiriusXM app. AC/DC Radio will feature music from throughout the band's career, as well as a special edition of Town Hall on Thursday (Nov. 27) at Noon ET featuring Angus Young and Brian Johnson.
Stevie Young earlier subbed for his uncle Malcolm on a late-'80s AC/DC tour. Rudd released his first-ever solo album in August, titled 'Head Job.' Simon Wright and then Chris Slade served as drummer during Rudd's 1983-93 absence from AC/DC.
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