Yesterday, AC/DC posted a video of their lightning brand as a pink neon signal turning on. It’s been 4 years for the reason that laborious rock band concluded their Rock or Bust World Tour and now it appears like they’re lastly again with new materials. Adding to the hypothesis, a mysterious poster has appeared outdoors Angus Young’s old style in Sydney.
Spotted by triplemrock, the photograph taken outdoors of Ashfield Boys High School sees a poster that reads: “Are You Ready? SYD PWR UP.”
While on the backside of the commercial there’s a hyperlink to a website with that acquainted AC/DC pink neon lightning brand.
And on the precise web site, there are hyperlinks to the AC/DC retailer but in addition a “Power Up” electronic mail enroll.
So by the appears of it, the closely rumoured AC/DC new album may properly be referred to as Power Up – though it could simply be a tease earlier than the precise title announcement.
Back in July, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider gave an thrilling replace on AC/DC’s upcoming new file, which can presumably be their seventeenth studio album.
Speaking with ABC, he stated: “This is gonna be a miracle of expertise.
“What shall be achieved, the reuniting of the band that we all know for another album, is gonna be uplifting and heartbreaking on the similar time.
“Because nothing goes on eternally. But that is the last word ‘one more time.’”
This has lengthy been rumoured and it’s precisely what Queen did 4 years after Freddie Mercury’s loss of life.
Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon launched Made In Heaven, taking part in their devices alongside to Freddie’s vocals.
No doubt an AC/DC new album official announcement is simply across the nook.
And, hopefully, the band shall be touring once more in 2021, if attainable within the pandemic.
Earlier this month, Brian shared his hopes for extra touring.
Speaking on Joe Walsh’s Old Fashioned Rock N’ Roll, the 72-year-old stated: “It would be lovely just to get out there, stand on that stage, and just give it everything you’ve got.”
It’s going to be the most important roar you will ever hear in your life, when any band, anyplace on the planet, stands up there.
“It’s going to be good!”