Monday, May 16, 2011

ANGUS YOUNG: NEW AC/DC ALBUM AND TOUR BETTER THANK BLACK ICE

Angus Young (AC/DC)
AC/DC are planning a new album and world tour to rival their recent Black Ice trek – and frontman Brian Johnson says they won't quit while people still want to see them.

The band were in London last week to attend the premiere of their new live movie, Live at River Plate, recorded near the end of their two-year tour. It's officially the third-biggest grossing tour of all time – during 2010 one in every fifteen major concert tickets on the planet were sold by the Australian giants.

Guitarist Angus Young tells the Sun: "We're already planning another one.Me and Malcolm have begun trying a few things, then we'll be back on stage again. We're thinking, 'How can we ever better the Black Ice world tour?' We don't know how yet – but we will".

Of course, AC/DC have a big anniversary coming up – 2013 will mark the group's 40th year. Could a celebration tour be in store? "I'll be celebrating by just being here," frontman Brian Johnson said. "We could be dead, so to still be standing on a stage after 40 years is good enough for me.

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