That’s in line with Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, who has been offering a collection of updates on the band’s exercise in current months.
The singer advised ABC Audio that the hard-rock legends’ new album “has been delayed” because of the pandemic, though he didn’t point out when a possible launch date is likely to be introduced.
“That is gonna be a miracle of know-how,” he stated.
“What will likely be achieved, the reuniting of the band that we all know for yet one more album, is gonna be uplifting and heartbreaking on the identical time. As a result of nothing goes on endlessly. However that is the last word ‘yet one more time.’”
It comes after Snider beforehand claimed that the group have joined forces as soon as extra with vocalist Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd on a brand new document.
An AC/DC reunion was first rumoured in 2018 amid claims that the rock icons had been engaged on a brand new album that may function the work of their late rhythm guitarist Malcolm Younger on “each monitor”.
In February, Snider additionally opened up on a dinner he had with Brian Johnson, revealing that the frontman advised him “plenty of stuff, and plenty of stuff that I don’t wanna say”.
“However we all know from the images, and Brian confirmed it, they’ve been within the studio, they’ve been recording,” he added.
“The unique – I don’t say the ‘authentic’ guys, as a result of plenty of ’em are gone — however I say the ‘basic’ line-up is again collectively and there are some surprises, which I can’t speak about, relating to Malcolm Younger that simply had my jaw on the ground. I’ll say he will likely be current. So that is AC/DC as we all know and love them.”
Final week, AC/DC mirrored on writing their hit music ‘Again In Black’ in reminiscence of their late frontman Bon Scott to mark the monitor’s 40th anniversary.