ROCK ON! AC/DC back with rifftastic new track, Play Ball

I was hoping that AC/DC won't change their style with their upcoming new CD, Rock Or Bust (due out December). Then they dropped the first taste of things to come with the song, 'Play Ball'. My prayers were answered. Amen! 'Play Ball' sounds exactly how AC/DC sounded the past 34 years, just the way I was hoping they would. It's riff heavy track, aka rifftastic, but it's brilliant. Brian Johnson sounds like his normal self ("sings with hisusual case of pungent urgency (if you like the sound) or strangulated hernia(if you don't) and the years melt away each time he clutches that microphonewith venom and shouts in – and you know we'll refuse to believe he would justbe sitting there in the studio, polite like.") Rock or Bust will be the first AC/DC album without rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young. His nephew, Stevie Young, played in Malcolm's place on Rock or Bust and will be filling in for him on AC/DC's world tour, which will take place in 2015. Rock Or Bust is the band’s first studio album in six years and features 11 new tracks.