It’s been two years since AC/DC released their album “Power Up” and fans are still waiting for them to release new songs anytime soon. Recently, Brian Johnson spoke about the issue in an interview, saying he also wants his bandmates to reunite.
Talk to Billboardthe singer said the band was “still kind of a working entity” even though they hadn’t played or created a new project together in a while.
Although he has never confirmed that the group has been planning any musical projects recently, he noted that he “would love to make music again,” whether collaborating with an artist or with his bandmates, Phil Rudd, Stevie Young, Cliff Williams and Angus. Young, for a live performance.
“I’ve heard that term ‘hell freeze over’ a million times before, with people saying, ‘I won’t do it again’. But I’d be in. I think everyone hopes to make more music” , he added. (Going through 96.1 The Eagle)
Johnson has been busy promoting his memoir recently. Elsewhere in the interview, the singer said he wasn’t interested in AC/DC having a biopic or movie based on them because he “hates band movies.”
He noted that his management rejected bids for a film even though there was a bidder who had already written a full screenplay.
However, after reading 30 pages of it, he deemed it “awful”, and he immediately knew that the other offerings would be the same.
Brian Johnson’s memoir “The Lives of Brian” remembers Malcolm Young
The singer recently released his memoir titled “The Lives of Brian” where he details his experience when his good friend, Malcolm Young, left the band to focus on his health.
Johnson said the band’s heart “stopped beating” upon the former member’s exit.
In the book, the musician also noted that he missed the former lead guitarist and couldn’t describe him in words.
Furthermore, he praised the late legend for his guitar skills as well as being a good friend to him which music critics don’t see outside of the industry.
Malcolm Young was diagnosed with lung cancer after AC/DC’s “Black Ice World Tour” ended. He was able to recover from the disease because it was detected early.
However, in 2014 the band announced that the guitarist would be taking a break from touring due to “poor health”. At the time, it was not revealed what his condition was, but that’s later reported that he suffered from dementia.
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