The venerable Australian rock band AC/DC has a new record coming out Black Ice due October 10 it's their first since the turn of the century.
And, of course that means a world tour that will stop in Cleveland at The Quicken Loans Arena on January 5. Tickets for the big show go on sale at 10 a.m., Saturday morning (10/4).
The band has already released the album's lead single Rock 'N Roll Train a familiar slice of power chords and steady groove and singer Brian Johnson's signature growl.
If you've heard any AC/DC music in the pastâ¦ohhhâ¦20 years than the song, with it's big arena ready chorus and brief Angus Young guitar solo shouldn't hold any big surprises.
But since this is AC/DC, we're talking about words such as "change," "growth" or "experimental" aren't particularly welcome, anyway.
So get your fists balled up and ready to pump and bone up on all your favorite gangbang AC/DC choruses because even though Johnson's voice has been shot for about a decade, the band knows how to put on a damn good rock n roll show.
Reserved seating tickets are $91.50 and no other price points have been announced.