It's been six years since AC/DC released their last album 'Rock or Bust', and a lot (really, a LOT) has happened since then.

Sadly, founding member Malcolm Young passed away in 2017. Frontman Brian Johnson was also advised not to tour with the band because of hearing problems and was replaced for a time by Axl Rose, while drummer Phil Rudd became embroiled in a fairly bonkers court case where he was accused of threatening to kill someone.

However, Rudd, Johnson and bassist Cliff Williams are getting back together with Angus and Stevie Young (who replaced the late Malcolm) for the Aussie rockers' new album, which is rumoured to be titled 'PWR/UP'.

The band posted a picture of the line-up on social media:

The album is said to be recorded and may be released sooner than fans think.

Watch this space...