Thursday, August 9, 2018

AC/DC album rumors grow as Angus Young photographed at Vancouver recording studio

As AC/DC fans continue to speculate about the band’s plans for new music, a photograph of co-founder Angus Young at a Vancouver recording studio has surfaced.

Journalist Steve Newton has published an image of the iconic rocker and his nephew, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, having a smoke break on the outside deck of The Warehouse taken by fans Crystal Lambert and Glenn Slavens, who previously captured a photo of singer Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd in the same location.

See Angus and Stevie Young at the studio via Newton’s blog Ear Of Newt.

As for future images, Newton writes: “There might not be any newer ones to come, because word got out that the Aussie earbusters 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.”

AC/DC have recorded their last three albums at the Canadian studio owned by rocker Bryan Adams, including 2000’s “Stiff Upper Lip”, 2008’s “Black Ice” and 2014’s “Rock Or Bust.”

With four AC/DC band members now spotted at the facility, it remains unknown who might be handling bass duties during the possible recording sessions following the 2016 retirement of longtime member Cliff Williams.

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