AC/DC will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of “Highway To Hell” by sharing rare videos from their July 13, 1979 set on the Dutch TV show “Countdown.” The clips were previously available as part of the band’s 2007 “Plug Me In” DVD box set, but they were not available online until now. The first one finds the band performing the title track of the aforementioned album and it can be seen below:
[via Rolling Stone]
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson’s “A Life On The Road” series will be making its U.S. debut on AXS TV. The network has acquired two seasons of the show, which will debut on September 15 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.
During a recent interview with Tony “Jack the Bear” Mantz, AC/DC’s longtime engineer Mike Fraser confirmed that the band have “been in the studio doing something.” This news comes after months of rumors that seemed to suggest that the group were recording a new album.
Fraser and Mantz had the following exchange after the engineer was asked if the new album rumors are true:
Fraser: “Umm… Well, yeah, I could say that we’ve been in the studio doing something. What’s come of that I can’t discuss yet, but uh…”
Mantz: “With Brian singing?”
Fraser: “I think so.”
Rumors of a new AC/DC album have been heating up ever since photos leaked of Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, Angus Young, and Stevie Young at Vancouver’s Warehouse Studio. Johnson also added fuel to the fire after reportedly telling Terrorizer that the rumors were true. After that, another photo surfaced suggesting that Cliff Williams may be involved in the album, despite his retirement. Some reports have even said the effort will feature the late Malcolm Young on every song.
KnuckleBonz have announced that they will be releasing a new Angus Young (AC/DC) “Rock Iconz” statue this spring. The 1/9th scale, hand-crafted figure will be limited to 3,000 handnumbered pieces . Pre-orders can be found HERE.
[via The PRP]
Rumors of a new AC/DC album have been heating up ever since photos leaked of various members of the group at Vancouver’s Warehouse Studio. Brian Johnson also added fuel to the fire after reportedly telling Terrorizer that the rumors were true. Now, a photo has surfaced suggesting that Cliff Williams was involved in the album, despite his retirement. The image shows Williams and Johnson with a trainer at a Vancouver hotel, and it is believed to have been taken around the same time as the apparent recording sessions. If true, the rumored album will feature Johnson, Williams, Phil Rudd, and Angus Young. Some reports have even said the effort will feature the late Malcolm Young on every song as well.
Rumors of a new AC/DC album have been heating up ever since photos leaked of various members of the group at Vancouver’s Warehouse Studio. Some reports have even said the effort will feature the late Malcolm Young on every song. Now, Terrorizer are claiming that Brian Johnson has told them that a new album is coming and that he “sick of denying it.”
Terrorizer said the following:
“Last night we played the final show of the TERRORIZER – “Caustic Attack Over Europe” Tour 2019. The last week we have had some great shows. Leiden (NL) was a killer sold out show and Saturday night was a cool fest in Drachten (NL) with our buds in Memorium from the UK. Want to say thanks to the bands Skeletal Remains and De Profundis. All great guys… Can’t say enough good things about both bands!!!
Of course thanks to the crew Darek, Kuba, Max, Jacek and of course the sound man Oscar!!!! Many thanks to Massive Music for another great tour!! Thanks to our management Gunter Ford and Alex Ford at World Entertainment for all their efforts!!
We ran into Brian Johnson from ACDC at the airport today after the flight home and we asked him about the rumors of him being on the new ACDC album and he said “Yes” and that he is ” Sick of denying it”. So that was a cool surprise ending to the tour.
South America is next!!!”
Funko have announced that they will be releasing three Angus Young (AC/DC) figures as part of their Pop! Rocks line. They will be available in January and more info can be HERE.