According to a set of images published across the net yesterday, AC/DC have reunited with former members Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd and appear set to share new music in the near future.
As reported by AC/DC Brasil, the beloved rockers accidentally published (and quickly deleted) images supposedly taken earlier in the year at a music video shoot in the Netherlands to their own website, immediately setting the internet into overdrive and awakening rock dogs all over the world.
The images, which you can check out below, notably feature longtime vocalist Brian Johnson, who had to withdraw from the band's previous tour due to hearing loss, and drummer Phil Rudd, who left the band amid a string of legal issues in 2014.
These were posted earlier today... With strong RUMOURS that an album will follow this November. Follow AC⚡️DC’s socials for an official announcement. Until then, enjoy the possibility. pic.twitter.com/epZ9sX0Y3Y
— Mitch Lafon (@mitchlafon) September 19, 2020
News of AC/DC's reunion with Johnson and Rudd began circulating back in 2018 when the pair were spotted outside of Warehouse Studios in Vancouver, where the band have bunkered down to record their last three albums. Surely that's not a coincidence - is it?
At any rate, it's safe to say the hype is high for this one. Word on the web is that new music is slated to arrive some time in November - keep your eyes and ears peeled for more news soon.
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