Australian rockers Airbourne are teaming up with Loudwire to bring you the premiere of a previously unreleased song, the adrenaline-infused "Money."

As you can expect, the track is filled with undeniable guitar goodness, powerful vocals and an infectious sound reminiscent of some of the band's best works. The track appears on Airbourne's new Diamond Cuts box set that's en route to fans on Sept. 29 through Nettwerk.

"'Money' was found covered in piles of dust and reel to reel tape, it was part of the recording sessions for No Guts No Glory and for some reason it just didn't make the album, but hearing it again today we're pumped to get it out there," the band tells us. "'Show Me the Money' is a double entendre and we'll let you figure out what it's about. It's part of the Diamond Cuts release all on vinyl with a bunch more other B-Sides that are rare and only ever been released on special editions and never on vinyl. Along with the bonus documentary movie Its All For Rock'n'Roll. It's a snap shot of the first three albums of the band."

This collectors' box set is available in both limited edition vinyl and CD formats, featuring the band's first three discs -- Runnin Wild, No Guts, No Glory and Black Dog Barking -- along with the Diamond Cuts collection of B-Sides and previously unavailable tracks (with "Money" being one of them). As the band stated, the set also comes with a documentary DVD titled It's All for Rock N' Roll. The collection comes in a slipcase box featuring original Diamond Cuts artwork. You can pre-order the set in either vinyl or CD formats.

Airbourne will hit the road in Europe this fall playing dates with Desecrator in October and early November. From there, they'll join Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons on a trek that takes them toward the latter portion of November. See all of their scheduled stops below and get ticketing info here.

Airbourne, Diamond Cuts Artwork

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Airbourne 2017 Tour Dates

Aug. 30 - Santiago, Chile @ Blondie
Sept. 1 - Montevideo, Uruguay @ Montevideo Music Box
Sept. 2 - Buenos Aires, Argentina @ El Teatro Flores
Sept. 3 - Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Carioca Club
Sept. 5 - Lima, Peru @ Mangos
Sept. 7 - Mexico City, Mexico @ Circo Volodor
Sept. 27 - Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramids Centre
Sept. 29 - Saint Petersburg, Russia @ Club Zal
Sept. 30 - Moscow, Russia @ Yotaspace
Oct. 3 - Valencia, Spain  @ Republicca*
Oct. 4 - Murcia, Spain @ Gamma *
Oct. 6 - Malaga, Spain @ Paris 15 *
Oct. 7 - Seville, Spain @ Custom *
Oct. 10 - Paris, France @ Olympia *
Oct. 12 - Leuven, Belgium @ Depot *
Oct. 13 - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg *
Oct. 15 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Amager Bio *
Oct. 16 - Oslo, Norway @ Rockefeller *
Oct. 17 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Fryshuset Arenan *
Oct. 19 - Helsinki, Finland @ The Circus *
Oct. 20 - Turku, Finland @ Logmo *
Oct. 23 - Gothenburg, Sweden @ Tradgarn *
Oct. 24 - Malmo, Sweden @ KB *
Oct. 25 - Hamburg, Germany @ Grosse Freiheit *
Oct. 27 - Berlin, Germany @ Huxleys *
Oct. 28 - Wroclaw, Poland @ A2 *
Oct. 29 - Budapest, Hungary @ Barba Nerga Music Club *
Oct. 31 - Leipzeg, Germany @ Werk 2 *
Nov. 2 - Munich, Germany @ TonHalle *
Nov. 3 - Vienna, Austria  @ Simm City Festsaal Zentrum Simmering *
Nov. 4 - Telfs, Austria @  Rathaussaal *
Nov. 6 - Stuttgart, Germany @ Longhorn *
Nov. 7 - Zurich, Switzerland @ Samsung Hall *
Nov. 8 - Frankfurt Am Main @ GermanBatschkapp *
Nov. 10 - Pwllheli (North Wales), UK @ Hard Rock Hell 11
Nov. 11 - Bristol, Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy ^
Nov. 13 - Glasgow, UK @ O2 Academy Glasgow ^
Nov. 14 - Manchester, UK @ Manchester Academy ^
Nov. 15 - London, UK @ The Roundhouse ^
Nov. 18 - Norwich, UK @ Norwich UEA ^
Nov. 19 - Oxford, UK @ O2 Academy Oxford ^
Nov. 20 - Sheffield, UK @ O2 Academy Sheffield  ^
Nov. 22 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City  ^

Supports:
* Desecrator
^ Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, The Wild