Engineer adds more fuel to the AC/DC new music fire

The speculation has been ripe that AC/DC are working on music in a Vancouver studio. Now the rumours were given some credence via long-time engineer Mike Fraser, who confirmed the band was “doing something” in the studio.

It was last year when various band members were spotted at Warehouse Studios, a studio that AC/DC have used in the past. The photos of band leader, Angus Young, drummer, Phil Rudd, bassist Cliff Williams and even lead vocalist, Brian Johnson, made their way onto social media, adding to the questions and the assumptions.



In a recent interview with Mastering Music Mastering Life, Fraser, was asked the question. He replied, “I could say that we’ve been in the studio doing something. What’s come of that I can’t discuss yet.” Asked if Johnson was singing, he said, “I think so.”

Also rumoured was that the band would be working on unused guitar tracks recorded by the band’s late guitarist, Malcolm Young. There has been no confirmation to this.

Toward the end of the band’s ‘Rock or Bust’ tour (with Axl Rose stepping in for Brian Johnson), Angus Young said he was unsure of the band’s future. So now fans will have to wait for an official announcement, however, all signs seem to be pointing to music from AC/DC in the near future.

Source:www.ultimateclassicrock.com



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