AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Teases a New Album

AC/DC’s most recent studio album, ‘Power Up,’ was released in 2020, and we haven’t heard anything about the band’s future recording intentions since then. However, Brian Johnson recently spoke on the Fuelling Around podcast and hinted that they would work on new songs in the coming months. The Australian band revealed two months ago that they would be performing at the Power Trip Festival, their first live gig since 2016. Johnson added that they’re all eager to get back together, which may include some music since the creative juices seem to be flowing: “It takes a long time to reassemble a band like AC/DC.

” The majority of the staff was off working with other folks. Trying to bring those guys back together was difficult, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed that everything is going well. The most crucial aspect of it all is the excitement we all feel; the juices are flowing again.” The leader also voiced his excitement about performing at the next festival alongside Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N’ Roses, and Metallica: “It’s all rock and roll bands; it’s incredible.” To say that rock & roll is a valid kind of music, I believe is only a statement. It has made a significant difference. I’ll be able to see my old pals again now that Ozzy is coming out of retirement.

The fellas from Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, and Iron Maiden – all in one field, what a party! It’ll be in a gorgeous valley near Coachella, but I’m not into that sort of thing. “I just like to turn up the volume, get up, and rock my little socks off until I drop.” In a recent interview with Eddie Trunk, the singer was asked about AC/DC’s ambitions to produce new songs. Nonetheless, he had kept it a secret because he had been warned not to discuss them. According to Johnson:

“Things are getting tabloidy around here.” You’re becoming tabloid-worthy. If I say anything, it will be completely blown out of proportion. You simply cannot afford to speak at this time. The Internet contains much too much nonsense. And I’m not on Facebook or any other social media platform, and I never have been. It’s all rumor.” You may watch his entire conversation below.

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