AC/DC Tour Coming this Fall
The masters of Rock n Roll, AC/DC will be touring Australia this Fall 2020. YES…The ROCK LEGENDS are finally back!
The rumors regarding new records have been popping up here and there for a while now. These rumors were backed by a series of leaked photographs of the band members outside a recording studio in Vancouver.
Upcoming AC/DC Australian Tour
In the light of recent news circulating, AC/DC’s new studio album will be released in February or March 2020. Following the release of their new album, the legendary hard rockers’, AC/DC, confirmed that the band plans to hit the road with a major comeback.
According to Australian radio personality, Eddie McGuire:
“My mail is there will be a new album released by AC/DC February/March this year, but also that they will be touring Australia October/November 2020. And after a lot of work and a lot of technical research, they have been able to get a hearing aid for Brian Johnson, who will be out front.”
Brian Johnson Joining the Band
The new record will be featuring some unreleased Malcolm Young materials. According to a reliable source, it was confirmed that Brian Johnson along with lead guitarist Angus Young will be back with AC/DC. He’ll be using special in-ears, allowing him to perform on stage without further damaging his hearing.
During an exclusive interview Behemoth’s frontman, Nergal Darski told Loudwire:
“I know there’s a new AC/DC album in the making with Malcolm Young. It’s coming. It’s going to be an outtake from Rock or Bust. What do I expect? I expect nothing more and nothing less, just give me a rhythm and Angus and Malcolm’s guitar. Don’t give me anything extra. [Brian Johnson] is back in the band.”
The Band of The Century
AC/DC have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide, including 69 million albums in the US. ‘Back in Black’ has sold an estimated 42 million units worldwide and 22 million in the US alone, making it the fifth highest-selling album ever in the US.
The band ranked fourth on VH1’s list of the “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock” and the seventh “Greatest Heavy Metal Band Of All Time” by MTV. In 2004, AC/DC ranked No. 72 on the Rolling Stone list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”.