AC/DC fans waiting on the edge of their seats for new music from the iconic band better get a little more comfortable. The band's guitarist, Malcom Young, recently revealed in an interview that new music is in fact on its way...but it won't see the light of day any time in the near future.
An exhibition of AC/DC artifacts called 'AC/DC: Australia's Family Jewels' opens Saturday (April 28) at Experience Music Project Museum in Seattle. The collection, developed in association with AC/DC, made its debut at Arts Centre Melbourne in Australia in the fall of 2009.
Al Atkins was the founding singer of Judas Priest who regrettably had to trade in his mic for a 9 to 5 to support his family. Atkins recently spoke about his new project and how Judas Priest would've sounded "more like AC/DC" had he stayed on board.
Booming AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson manned the helm of a race car this past weekend at the Daytona Race for 'Highway To Help.' Johnson took to the track for the charity racing event, placing 32nd in the rally while raising money for the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer.
For nearly 40 years now, AC/DC have remained a proud bastion of good old-fashioned rock 'n' roll regardless of changing trends -- so it only stands to reason that in 2012, long after the pinball industry's glorious heyday, the legendary rockers are teaming up with Stern Pinball to create their own game.
Australian rock 'n' roll legends AC/DC are hoping to hit the studio again sometime this year to record the follow-up to their 2008 release 'Black Ice.' AC/DC singer Brian Johnson recently appeared on the 'Cowhead' radio show to speak about health issues within the band and his desire to write again.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson was the guest on this week's 'That Metal Show,' wearing his signature newsboy cap and all. He was candid about his relationship to the late Bon Scott, whom he replaced in one of hard rock's most beloved acts.
Mark Evans -- former bass slinger of AC/DC and author of the new memoir, Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside Of AC/DC, out on Bazillion Points Books -- is speaking out about his exclusion from AC/DC’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Near the end of his book, Evans addresses the perplexing situation of being invited to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in 2002, and then being uninvited six weeks later.
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