New AC/DC Album Speculations Are Coming True Because Of This

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Rock Or Bust? 


We’ve been speculating things regarding the future of our favorite rock band, AC/DC, and today we still continue to speculate about their plans for new music, — as a photograph of guitarist Angus Young spotted at a Vancouver Recording Studio has circulated in the world wide web.

A Journalist named Steve Newton was the one who published an image of the iconic schoolboy rocker with his nephew, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, having a break behind The Warehouse taken by two fans named “Crystal Lambert,” and Glenn Slavens, who captured also capture a similar photo of frontman Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd in the same location. (link)

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Newton writes on his blog:

“There might not be any newer ones to come, because word got out that the Aussie ear busters were being spied on, and now there’s a big umbrella on the deck blocking the sight of any legendary rockers sipping coffee or whatever’s in those white mugs.”

The last three albums of AC/DC was also recorded at the same Canadian studio owned by rocker Bryan Adams, which are, “Stiff Upper Lip (2000),” “Black Ice (2008),” and “Rock Or Bust (2014).”

Having to spot four members of AC/DC tells a story that they might get back on track and bring fans new music; the only remaining question is who will be handling the bass after the retirement of longtime member Cliff Williams in 2016.