blastman wrote: »
The album appears to have leaked...
fyfe79 wrote: »
How do you know you're not listening to "Rock or Bust"?
What I've heard is so generic, it's untrue. Isn't this all ideas previously left on the cutting floor by Malcolm? AND not considered good enough for Rock or Bust, which were also old ideas.
SlitsK92 wrote: »
Listening to the album here now & I love it! Few really good tunes on there, best since SUP or BB for sure, I will be buyin it of course on release to support the band I just couldn't resist when I found it
fluke wrote: »
Gigs '21 - Stendhal Festival (July), Stendhal Festival (August), Liam Gallagher & Idles, King Kong Company, The Undertones
Gigs '22 - Teenage Fanclub, Clutch
Penfailed wrote: »
I've only got about three quarters of the way through listening to the new album. It's pretty solid.
PTH2009 wrote: »
Yeah it is a pretty good album but a lot of it sounds the same
rainagain wrote: »
saw this in the comments of the irish times piece, link to photos from 1979 Olympic Ballroom gig https://jamesmahonblog.wordpress.com/2020/11/14/ac-dc-olympic-ballroom-aug-20-1979/
topmanamillion wrote: »
After a week, I'm enjoying Power Up so much more than Black Ice and Rock or Bust.
It's seems to have a lot of the Bluesy-ness of Stiff Upper lip.
Demon Fire (Could've been a bonus track on SUL) Witches Spell and Kick you when you're down are getting Plenty of play time.
PTH2009 wrote: »
As is tradition, AC/DC for slane 2022
Perfect and possibly only time for them to finally play the venue
afro man wrote: »
Bastard of a spot to get in and out for Gig .. But probally the only Band I would consider making that Journey for