AC/DC, one of the last big holdouts to make their music available on iTunes, have finally relented. Starting today, the Australian hard-rock band's entire catalog is now available digitally — all on iTunes.
Next week, AC/DC will release an album version of their acclaimed live DVD, Live at River Plate, on both CD and LP. Ahead of its release, the band have shared a live video of the Back In Black classic "You Shook Me All Night Long" taken from the DVD. Check it out below.
Many fans simply divide AC/DC's history into two distinct halves: The Bon Scoot Era and the Brian Johnson Era. But original AC/DC vocalist Dave Evans has a bone to pick with that notion, and thinks a lot of AC/DC fans feel differently, too.
While rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young recently said a new AC/DC album might be a few years away, singer Brian Johnson says the boys will be meeting within the next couple of weeks to start working on songs.
It's nice to see AC/DC taking an interest in social media, as the band have recently revamped their official Facebook page, taking advantage of the new timeline to fill in their history over the years and share some cool footage with fans.
With Symphony X kicking off a North American tour with Iced Earth this week, we couldn't think of a better candidate to relaunch our "60 Minutes" feature with that the band's virtuoso guitarist, Michael Romeo.