Aussie rock legends AC/DC will be releasing their first live album in 20 years entitled Live at River Plate.
Recorded during a December 2009 concert played to 200,000 fans in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the album features 19 tracks including material from their last LP Black Ice and classics like "You Shook Me All Night Long." The collection will be available on double CD or a three-disc LP with a 24 page photo book.
The band's last live album was 1992's Live and included performances from all over the UK, Russia and Detroit, Michigan.
AC/DC fans expecting new music may be disappointed for now, but The Guardian reports that the veteran rockers will not only be celebrating their 40th anniversary next year but plan to release one more studio album and head out on one more tour before retiring.
Old school rock fans, will you be dishing out your cash for this?