AC/DC may be getting up there in years, but Angus Young and company are still determined to give concert-going fans their money worth, as you can clearly see from footage of their new concert DVD 'Live at the River Plate.'

As Young told Rolling Stone, "The fans want to see if you can still do it. They don't want to say 'those guys used to be good.'" Singer Brian Johnson agreed, stating "My rule is that if you're not sweating when you come offstage, something's wrong." And when exactly will the band will be calling it a career? According to Johnson, 'When the beast doesn't need feeding any more."  Which seems a while off.

The new live DVD features the band's return to Argentina after a 13 year absence, performing three nights on tour in support of their 2008 album 'Black Ice' in front of 200,000 screaming fans. The show kicks off with the single 'Rock N' Roll Train' from that album, and continues with a tour through their catalog of massive hits, including 'Back in Black' and 'Whole Lotta Rosie.'

According to KNAC it shouldn't be all that long before AC/DC has another record to go an promote on the road. According to Young, the band has "boxes and boxes" of ideas for the new record already. "It's just a matter of taking the best - and probably because we're brothers, we can easily say, 'that's good, that's crap, that's good."

Watch the Trailer for AC/DC's 'Live at the River Plate' DVD