"Hail Caesar" is a song by the Australian rock band AC/DC, which was written by members and brothers, Angus and Malcolm Young. It is from their 1995 album Ballbreaker and was issued on 18 February 1996 as a single. The lyrics, "All Hail Caesar", are a reference to the salute given to Roman general Julius Caesar. An edited version of the song at 4:30 appeared only on promo releases of the single. Commercial single releases and the Ballbreaker album contain the full version at 5:14. The single reached the top 100 ARIA Singles Chart.
The music video for the song depicts the band playing on a large, step-pyramid-like structure, with a crowd below marching to the song. Throughout the video, various movies and clips are displayed with Angus Young superimposed on them. This video was released on the DVD Family Jewels Disc 3 as part of the 2009 box set Backtracks.