Listen to AC/DC Radio on iHeartRadio

AC/DC Radio

AC/DC is back with a new video. They unveiled the clip for their latest single "Play Ball" on Tuesday. It features a mixture of old and new sporting footage, including video of scantily clad women playing football and soccer, a pool player pulling off trick shots, nuns kicking around a soccer ball, and various sporty animals. 

There's also footage of AC/DC playing the track, minus guitarist Malcolm Young and drummer Phil Rudd. Young was forced to leave the band due to his struggles with dementia, while Rudd was reportedly pulled away on a family matter during the video shoot. 

Rudd has been in the headlines recently after he was accused of putting together a murder-for-hire plot in New Zealand. That charge has since been dropped, although the drummer is still facing charges of "threatening to kill" and possession of methamphetamine and marijuana. AC/DC says Rudd's legal issues won't affect the release of their Rock or Bust album, which is due out December 2nd.