Tuesday, 23 November 2010

AC/DC Trading Cards 'Postponed Indefinitely

AC/DC trading cards, which were due for release on or around November 24, have been "postponed indefinitely". According to ACDCzone, Press Pass has issued a notice on its web site.

A message on their web site from November 17 reads: "We regret to announce that the AC/DC product has been postponed indefinitely. We will let you know if the situation changes. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us."

Dubbed "AC/DC High Voltage", the product was supposed to feature the following:

* 100-card base set (24 packs per box, 5 cards per pack) takes you on a journey from AC/DC's Austalian beginnings through the recent "Black Ice Tour".
* Subsets based on some of AC/DC's best-known songs, including "It's A Long Way To The Top", "Back In Black", "Thunderstruck" and "Rock 'N Roll Train".
* Foil inserts: "We Salute You" and "On The Highway to..."
* Autographed memorabilia

Saturday, 13 November 2010

AC/DC Wins Award

At the 6th annual Marshall Classic Rock Roll Of Honour awards ceremony organized by Classic Rock magazine at London’s Roundhouse,AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, Slash, Rush and many others were honored at the awards ceremony

In this award ceremony AC/DC was also named Band of the year, which is a great honor for them and they must feel proud of there performances and entertainment they had provided throughout the years to there fans

We congratulate AC/DC for this award and to named band of the year

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

AC/DC’s Back in Black Named #2 Australian Album

"The 100 Best Australian Albums", a new book titled.This Book ranks the best releases by Aussie artists in rock history.Authors Toby Creswell, Craig Mathieson and John O’Donnell have jolted 100 albums from the past 50-plus years and ranked them in order.

In the final list, AC/DC’s legendary 1980 album Back in Black came in at #2. The full list includes the name of the many famous acts from down under, including INXS, Men at Work, The Bee Gees, Crowded House, The Avalanches and Kylie Minogue.

“It wouldn’t be a good list if it didn’t polarize people and we hope that this list will,” co-author O’Donnell said in a statement. “We also hope that it will get people sitting around comparing their favorites and discovering or re-discovering these great albums and others. With 70 years of loving and writing about Australian music between us, we shamelessly believe we've earned the right to write this book. And we think we've got it right. Let the debate begin."