Wednesday, 22 June 2011

AC/DC will released Collector's Edition Monopoly game

AC / DC also disclosed that he is a Collector's Edition Monopoly game will be released later this year.

The official Monopoly game temporarily in August and AC / DC and challenges associated with the tokens arrive to perform.

Blabbermouth reporting that game players will purchase, sale and trading album is AC / DC and international locations. Gold and platinum records, the athletes would do well with these features.

Performing tokens for the game will include a cannon (from the song 'For Those About To Rock'), a bundle Of dynamite (from 'T.N.T.'), a bell on fire (from 'Hells Bells'), a lightning bolt (from track 'Thunderstruck'), Angus Young's schoolboy hat (from 'School Days') and stacks of cash (from 'Money Talks').

Monday, 13 June 2011

AC/DC indication come down will be released a new album and tour

AC/DC band is an indication has come down that they will be released a new album and tour in 2013 to mark their 40th anniversary.

Frontman Brian Johnson said the band soon about to celebrate milestone "see how we are feeling talk" are ready to meet.

But speaking to singer at a solid plan to comment: We never ever say 'We're going in the studio January next year' – if you do that you're straight under pressure, and we've never worked like that."

He also said the band Black Ice World Tour two years ended last year as big as a jaunt less likely to commit.

Johnson remarked, "That was brutal but I'd sure hate to say that's the end of it. I think you need a full stop at the end of everything, a sentence, your life, or your car. There has to be a full stop and I don't think we've had one yet" .

Saturday, 4 June 2011

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson explained about American Idol as "toe curling"

Brian Johnson is a frontman of the AC/DC band, who explained about American Idol as "toe curling".

The 'Back In Black' singer also decided the panel with his friend Steven Tyler Fox and inexperienced compared to his treatment by the candidate physically hurt claimed.

He told PopEater, "I don't watch American Idol. I don't like watching people getting humiliated. It hurts me. Some people are more nervous than others.

"When I was 16 and did my first gig I was so terrified, where other guys who maybe weren't as good had bags of confidence. Of course as the years went by I got more confident. I'm just terrified these shows might knock the stuffing out of a guy who is nervous."

He added: "It's toe curling watching those people being told they're not good enough and the tears are mawkish, but it's making somebody a bloody fortune and it's certainly not the artists."