Following the release of its albums on iTunes in 2012, Australian rock band AC/DC is reportedly getting ready to make its tracks available on streaming services starting this Tuesday. Citing anonymous sources, The New York Times suggests that the rock band's records will be available to stream on Apple Music, Spotify and Rdio.

Although AC/DC is one of the best-known bands in the world — having sold 72 million albums in the United States — band members were reticent to make their records available online, stating that they prefer albums be heard in full rather than broken up into chunks for individual downloads. That stance changed in late 2012 with the arrival of Rock or Bust, which was AC/DC's first album to be sold digitally.

Apple Music is set to debut on June 30, with the streaming service featuring exclusive content from Taylor Swift and Dr. Dre.

Source: The New York Times