June 3, 2023

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Does Ac / Dc consider playing reduced efficiency displays amid the epidemic? Angus Young Weight

In a new interview with Radio.comOf Ryan Castle, AC to DC Guitarist Angus Young He and his bandmates were asked if they would consider drive-in concerts or 25% performance shows or virtual events to promote their upcoming album. “Increase energy”, Before the coronavirus epidemic subsided. He responded: “I think you have that excitement [of playing in front of packed audiences], If you kind of go and make-do, have a lot of space, I don’t think it will be the same vibe. Because, really, when we do shows, it’s always the thing ప్పుడు even when playing our first time in America, it’s always the best for you and the same all over the world. Playing in front of people, they are excited. So this is the best. Let’s hope those who help us get back to normal come forward quickly, “he said, referring to the possible COVID-19 vaccine.

In a special chat with Absolute radioOf Leona Graham, Angus Said for planning AC to DC To return to concerts after the development of the “good magic cure” for the coronavirus novel. “I think everyone is looking forward to it coming back to normal, and then we tested all of this live, our new album,” he said.

Singer Brian Johnson Added: “I can’t wait [to perform live again]. From our rehearsals we tasted it and it was enough to satisfy our appetite, we started laughing and all. Sorry you pun, once we get the energy in the rehearsal room, it all laughs. Nice to be together again.

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“Obviously, a big part of the audience playing – it gives you juice, you know. It’s the sixth member of the band and all that. It’s a great feeling.”

AC to DC Just released “Shot in the Dark”, First single from “Increase energy”, Which will take place on November 13th. After 2014 “Rock or Bust” Features AC to DCReunion lineup of Angus, Brian, Phil Rudd (Drums), Cliff Williams (Boss), Angus Young (Guitar) and Stevie Young (Guitar). Johnson And Williams Both remained in 2016 for health reasons; And Rudd Set aside in 2015 with various legal issues.

Talking about Brian, Cliff And PhilBack AC to DC, Angus Said Absolute radio: “It’s a good idea [to come back]. We have so many great song ideas [late AC/DC guitarist] Malcolm [Young] And I’ve been pooling together for years. I thought, ‘Ah, we have a lot of great stuff here, so let’s see who wants to record it. Everyone is so happy to be on board. So that’s great. “

“Increase energy” Recorded over a six-week period in August and September 2018 Warehouse Studios In Vancouver with the producer Brendan O’Brien, Also served in 2008 “Black snow” And 2014s “Rock or Bust”.

“Increase energy” Available in multiple configurations, including digital, CD and deluxe versions. Limited edition, a kind of deluxe “Increase energy” Box is the ultimate fan package. Press the button on the side of the box and see the glowing neon AC to DC The logo glows when the opening bars of “Shot in the Dark” Blast from built-in speaker. Inside the box is a soft pack containing a 20-page booklet containing a full CD package that includes exclusive photos and a USB charging cable. The vinyl LP is pressed onto 180-gram vinyl and placed in a gatefold jacket. Limited-edition variants of the LP are available at select retailers nationwide as well as in the band’s online store. The album is available on all digital platforms.

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