AC/DC Plans To Celebrate 40th Anniversary Of ‘Highway To Hell’ This Year

AC/DC have been silent on their social media account for last months, but yesterday but shared a short 8 second video celebrating the 40th anniversary of “Highway To Hell.”

Band captioned the video: “Celebrate with us all month long!”

It is rumored that Aussie rockers will announce the details of their 2019/2020 tour today (July 17).

Also, Hey-Alex.FR website have reported that AC/DC show in France could be in the works for 2020, and that a late 2019 (November/December) new album release is rumored.

“Many clues prove the return of AC/DC. Three years after their last concert in Marseille, will France again welcome one of the best long-awaited rock band in 2020? The return of AC/DC is announced everywhere, but validated nowhere. Should we believe it? Fans are asking the question, and we will try to answer it with several clues.”

“If you have followed well, you must be aware that our dear Brian Johnson seems to be back in the AC/DCadventure. On the sidelines since he was diagnosed with deafness problems, the singer is apparently back in the group. One thing is certain, if the band goes on tour, it will not be with Axl Rose as in 2016, but with Brian (phew!).”

The article later states:

“The confirmation of Zegut. All rock fans know Tonton Zegut and his good tips on bigger bands. Having already announced METALLICA, RAMMSTEIN or IRON MAIDEN, he recently posted an article that swept the fans. A few days ago, Zegut, once again, dropped a headline ‘AC/DC France 2020?’. Everyone knows, our dear Tonton Zegut is only rarely wrong. So believe us, their return is near!”

Earlier this year, Eddie Trunk has said on one of his shows that “reliable sources” have told him that AC/DC is gearing up to tour again with Brian Johnson on vocals. He also said that the new AC/DC album will be a tribute to late guitarist Malcolm Young.

He said:

“I have sources that told me they are absolutely going to tour with Brian back again. So, that is all unconfirmed from their camp, but I had it with some reliable sources.

“I think it’s pretty much a done deal that AC/DC, at the very least, are going to release some sort of record, and it will be a tribute to Malcolm [Young], like Back in Black was a tribute to Bon [Scott].”