While an authorized biopic would be the preferred way to tell a life story on film, recent flicks on the lives of Jimi Hendrix and the band Judas Priest have paved the way for more unauthorized biopics to be made. Next on the list: Bon Scott.
The 11-song album is out Dec. 2.
The video will be for a track on the band’s upcoming album, ‘Rock or Bust,’ due for release on Dec. 2.
Rock or Bust is due out Dec. 2. Stevie Young, Malcolm Young’s nephew, played on the record in his place.
“Due to the nature of [his] condition, he will not be returning to the band,” the band noted in a press release.
“There’ll be another tour, and I’ll be on it. And when there’s another record, I’ll be on that.”
A $100,000 reward is being offered for information that finally solves the long-standing murder mystery.
Making the message more interesting is the fact that rock is banned in Iran.
Phil Rudd’s ‘Head Job’ is out Aug. 29.
Brian Johnson says, with or without ailing guitarist Malcolm Young, AC/DC’s 15th album is complete.
“We are definitely getting together in May in Vancouver,” he told the Daily Telegraph. “We’re going to pick up some guitars, have a plonk, and see if anybody has got any tunes or ideas. If anything happens, we’ll record it.”
Rumors are spreading like wild fire in the AC/DC world. Is the band breaking up? Are they working on new music? Depending on which music publication you read, there doesn’t seem to be any concrete answers and the band isn’t talking either. Here’s a breakdown of the reports.
Plus, watch Boss perform ode to late AC/DC singer Bon Scott, who grew up near Perth.
How hard is it exactly for a popular band to maintain the love with a new singer?
“I feel like they’re never gonna let KISS in, which is pretty f****** lame when you consider what they’ve accomplished.”