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AC/DC regroup for new album 

added: 7 May 2014 // by: Noise11 

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AC/DC have begun work on their next record in Vancouver once again ending break-up rumours spread by an Australian gossip columnist.

Photos confirming Angus Young is in Canada have been snapped and uploaded by AC/DC fans.

It is also confirmed Stevie Young will be filling in for his uncle Malcolm Young who recently announced his break with the band due to health reasons. Stevie filled in for Malcolm on occasions during the Black Ice tour when Malcolm wasn't well and on the 1988 Blow Up Your Video tour when Malcolm was being treated for alcohol dependency. Stevie's first band Starfighters also supported AC/DC on the 1980 Back In Black tour.

Newswires went into frenzy mode following inaccurate reporting of the break-up of AC/DC in April. Founding member Malcolm Young has been seriously ill and has stepped aside from the band but singer Brian Johnson always said that the band would go on and has stuck to the scheduled May 1 recording session date.

Producer Brendan O'Brien is working with the band on the next AC/DC album, a follow-up to 2008 album 'Black Ice', also produced by O'Brien.

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