After a mysterious teaser on the website, a sign with the identity of the possible new album “Power Up” in front of the school that Angus Young studied, AC/DC revealed a photo of the new line-up that has Brian Johnson (Vocals), Phil Rudd (Drums), Cliff Williams (Bass), Angus Young (Guitar) and Stevie Young (Guitar).
Apparently the new AC/DC album that will bring guitar parts of the late Malcolm Young will be called Power Up! In addition to a mysterious teaser on the website, a sticker with the identity of the album appeared in front of the school that Angus Young studied! How cool is that? pic.twitter.com/TscHVWQcou
— Rock And Roll Garage (@rocknrollgarag1) September 29, 2020
Possible new album “Power Up”
Since AC/DC singer Brian Johnson left the group due to hearing issues (But some say he was fired by the band) in the middle of the Rock or Bust tour back in 2016, being replaced for the final concerts by Axl Rose, fans were asking for his return. Rumours released during the last year indicated that the band was recording a new album. S ince photos of Brian, Phil Rudd, Cliff Williams, Angus Young and Stevie Young were taken showing them together at a studio in Vancouver, Canada.
Last week, Brazilian fan site AC/DC Brasil Net captured the moment when new photos of what apparently is a new AC/DC official video were posted on the band’s official site. Shortly after the images were deleted, leading to the thought that someone shared them before the right time.
Now, with the new line-up revealed, all the Power Up signs in their social networks and website the band is close to release the long-awaited album. According to sources will bring guitar parts of the late Malcolm Young.
Brian Johnson recently said that he is talking with AC/DC members during quarantine
“Actually, it’s the craziest thing. Angus’s wife, Ella – she loves to cook. And that’s what we were talking about. How to make scones. It had nothing to do with music. And Angus is safe and well. And so is Phil [Rudd, drums]. Cliff [Williams, bass] is up in the mountains of North Carolina… Cliff’s a-huntin’ and shootin’ and fishin’ man. And I don’t know where Stevie [Young, AC/DC rhythm guitarist] is. He’s somewhere.”