What is the Heardle answer for May 30, Monday?

Heardle #94 is for all the metalheads out there.


We've got some good news and some bad news for you.

Heardle #94 is right up there among the greatest rock songs of all time.

The good news is that today's Heardle is probably something most of us can guess from the intro after a few tries. The bad news is that it's a pretty old track.

After going all the way back to 1961 for Heardle #93, Heardle #94 will dial the clock forward to 1980 with one of the performing band's greatest hits, with the album selling more than 50 million copies worldwide and earning itself a spot in the history books as the second-best-selling album of all time.

These two facts alone should be enough to help you guess Heardle #94.

Of course, if you're still reading this, this means that you're stuck guessing today's featured Heardle song. But, don't worry, we've got better news for you - we're here to help.

Now that we've already established that you don't have the sharpest ears or the best sound system to be able to guess Heardle #94 based on a 15-second intro, let's try and see if you can make do with a few clues first:

  • The album was the band's first single following the untimely death of their original vocalist
  • After to the Recording Industry Association of America, the album is a 25 x Certified Platinum
  • Many consider the song and its album the band's best work
  • The song itself is most notable for its opening riff
  • It's often described as a rock and metal song that appeals to everybody

Were you lucky enough to guess Heardle #94? Great. If not, that's not a problem. If you want to tell others about how long you've kept your streak going, we've got you back.

Let's start your week on a good note with the right answer.

This is the solution to Heardle #94 for May 30:

Heardle #94 is certified 2 x Platinum as of 2007.

The answer to Heardle #94 is Back in Black by AC/DC.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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