AC/DC are back to topping charts around the globe with their 15th studio album Rock or Bust.
Released globally last week, Rock or Bust, debuts at #1 on sales charts in 10 countries so far, including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Finland, France, Norway, Sweden, and Germany where it's the fastest selling international album in nearly ten years and sold more in its first week than all other international albums on the chart combined.
In addition Rock or Bust debuted in the top five in a total of 25 countries, including the U.S., UK, Spain, Poland, New Zealand, Japan, Czech Republic, Italy, Denmark, Netherlands, and Hungary. In the U.S, the band debuted at number 3 on the Billboard Top 200 chart selling over 174,000 albums in its first week.
Rock or Bust, produced by Brendan O'Brien and mixed by Mike Fraser features 11 new tracks and has critics declaring the album a high-point of their 41-year history with Rolling Stone noting, "AC/DC remain hard rock's masters."
Entertainment Weekly calls the new album a "high-octane, party-hard collection of monster jams," while Boston Globe says it is the "most head-bangingly, fist-pumpingly enjoyable hard rock ever." And New York Newsday says it "still sounds like rock and roll heaven."