It looks like AC/DC may be working on a new album. Rumors started circulating after Canadian journalist Steve Newton said some of his “rock ‘n’ roll sources on the street” claim to have seen two members in Vancouver, including drummer Phil Rudd, who was originally replaced by Chris Slade in 2015 after he was sentenced to house arrest, for drug possession and threatening to kill someone, and guitarist Stevie Young, who took over for the late Malcolm Young after he retired in 2014 due to dementia. Furthermore, Kyle Harcött (Hexripper) claims to have seen Rudd in the city as well. Considering the band recorded their last three albums at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see them return. There isn’t much more to go on, but back in March Rose Tattoo’s Angry Anderson said Angus Young was planning to make a new album with Axl Rose (Guns N’ Roses) on vocals. Rose previously sang with the group on the remaining dates of their “Rock Or Bust” tour after Brian Johnson was unable to perform because of hearing issues.