AC/DC’s Angus And Stevie Young Now Spotted At A Vancouver Recording Studio

In a story we have been tracking at Ghost Cult, it appears as if AC/DC are convening in Vancouver, British Columbia to work on new music. In addition to Former members Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd photographed together, now a published report shows Angus and Stevie Young have been photographed together at the same studio space the band has recorded their last three albums. Hopefully, this is the start of new AC/DC music, which has been up in the air since the death of Malcolm Young, following the release of 2014’s Rock Or Bust. Continue reading

AC/DC Members, Including Brian Johnson And Phil Rudd Appear To Be Recording Together

Much speculation has surrounded AC/DC and whether they would ever make new music together, following the death of Malcolm Young. A few days after a Canadian journalist claimed that Stevie Young and Phil Rudd were spotted in downtown Vancouver, now former singer Brian Johnson and Rudd have been photographed together at a music studio. Vancouver is like a second home to AC/DC, since they made their last three albums in that city. If this is true this would be huge news for the rock world, but it could also be for another project such as a Johnson solo album, as nothing has been confirmed. With the death of Malcolm Young, plus the departures of Johnson, Rudd, and bassist Cliff Williams now retired, fans have wondered if sole remaining founding member Angus Young would keep the band going or decide it was time for AC/DC retire.  Rudd was replaced the last few years in the band by Chris Slade, with Axl Rose stepping in for Brian Johnson. We’ll keep tracking this story here at Ghost Cult. Continue reading

In Memorium: Malcolm Young Of AC/DC- The Architect Of Rock

When Malcolm Young of AC/DC died yesterday at age 64 after a long illness, a small bit of the flame of Rock `n Roll was put out. Al thought the music Young created will live on forever, as an observer of music history, you have to marvel at the longevity and the quality of the songbook he has left and wonder if anyone will ever come along to replicate it. Continue reading

Accept – Restless and Live!

Since their 2009 reunion Accept have released three stellar albums, with 2014’s Blind Rage (Nuclear Blast) reaching number 1 in the charts of their native Germany. Long term guitarist Wolf Hoffmann and bassist Peter Baltes rejoined the fold but sadly original frontman Udo Dirkschneider did not, his replacement the American Brian Johnson lookalike Mark Tornillo. Restless and Live (Nuclear Blast) comes in a variety of formats including a double album recorded throughout Europe and a live DVD. Continue reading

Exclusive Video: Devil Gone Public – Blood Debt


Reformed Floridian rocker-badasses Devil Gone Public have partnered with Ghost Cult today to premiere their new video for the single ‘Blood Debt’. The track comes from their forthcoming debut album, Smokehound, due later in 2016. You can watch the video at this link or below:


Commenting on the album, frontman Garrett Moore said “This album comes from a culmination of our various musical backgrounds and influences, having grown up on Classic Rock, our roots are deep in Rock N’ Roll and that has a lot to do with our style and sound. When we set out to create this album with Rob Caldwell, we knew we wanted to write a heavy, groovy, sludgy metal record and spent a lot of time trying different tones and worked hard to make it something we’re all proud of.”



Produced by Rob Caldwell (Iron Reagan, Goatwhore), Smokehound saw Devil Gone Public also tapped Jake Duncan (Maylene and the Sons of Disaster) to lay down guest guitar parts on the album. The band plays a frenetic mix that calls to mind Every Time I Die meets Lamb Of God meets The Chariot. Before reforming the bands star was rising under the watchful eye of mentors like Brian Johnson (AC/DC) Scotti Hill (Skid Row), and Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn (Booker T, The Blues Brothers).

Devil Gone Public is:

Garrett Moore – Lead Vocals

Red – Guitar

James Hyde – Bass/ Vocals

Brandon Thrift – Drums

Austin Bowman – Guitar

AC/DC With Axl Rose Announced Make Up Dates For The USA

AC/DC with Axl Rose. Photo credit: Katerina Benzova

AC/DC with Axl Rose. Photo credit: Katerina Benzova

AC/DC, currently fronted by W. Axl Rose of Guns N Roses, have announced make-up dates for the Rock Or Bust US Tour concerts, previously postponed due to Brian Johnson’s hearing loss and subsequent dismissal from the band.

Angus Young commented on the recent run of European tour dates with Rose singing:

This band has got a ton of energy and you’re going to see a fusion of all that terrific chemistry that we have felt ever since rehearsals in Lisbon. I want to get back out there onstage in the U.S. with these guys so our audience can see and feel it too.”


AC/DC 2016 Rock Or Bust U.S. tour dates:

Aug 27: Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, NC

Aug 30: BB&T Center – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Sep 01: Phillips Arena – Atlanta, GA

Sep 04: Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OH

Sep 06: Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH

Sep 09: The Palace – Detroit, MI

Sep 11: First Niagara Center – Buffalo, NY

Sep 14: Madison Square Garden New York, NY

Sep 17: Verizon Center – Washington, DC

Sep 20: Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA




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