AC/DC are set to release their first live album in 20 years. Live at River Plate was recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December 2009, in front of 200,000 fans.
The 19-set track list includes classics such as Thunderstruck and You Shook Me All Night Long and material from the band's 2009 album, Black Ice. Due on 20 November, the collection will be available on double CD or 3XLP, with a 24-page booklet of photographs.
"Live at River Plate captures the legendary grandeur, excitement and energy that AC/DC's live performances are renowned for," a statement from the band says.
AC/DC's last live album was called Live and it was released in 1992 and included performances from Dublin, Castle Donington, Glasgow, Detroit and Moscow.
The Australian rock icons will celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2013, but ill health has forced them to take things slow. "One of the boys is a little sick," singer Brian Johnson told the Cowhead Show in January. "I can't say anything, but he's getting better. [A] full recovery [is] fully expected."
Johnson hopes AC/DC will release one more studio album, and do one more world tour, before they retire. "I think you need a full stop at the end of everything," he said.