New AC/DC Album To Feature Malcolm Young
AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late co-founder, guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.
While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock Or Bust tour ended in late 2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.
A "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," according to JAM, said the band is keeping Young alive on every track of their new album by using his previously recorded but unreleased guitar parts.
Current and former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, near the band's favourite recording spot, Warehouse Studios. Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (the latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.
While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.
Original article by Andrew Magnotta at iHeartRadio