The next AC/DC album is reported to be a tribute to the late Malcolm Young and Malcolm will be included on the album.
According to JAM Magazine, every track will feature Malcolm playing rhythm guitar.
JAM reports that Angus Young has gone into the AC/DC vault to find the parts to make the 17th AC/DC album very much a part of Malcolm as previous albums have been.
The new album features Phil Rudd back on drums, Brian Johnson on vocals and JAM says Cliff Williams, who retired at the end of the Rock Or Bust tour, will be back on bass.
AC/DC’s last album ‘Rock Or Bust’ did not feature Malcolm. Malcolm retired form the band in September, 2014 after he was diagnosed with dementia. He died on 18 November 2017. His nephew Stevie Young replaced him on the Rock or Bust album and tour.
After Rock Or Bust, a series of events changed AC/DC. Rudd was removed and replaced by Chris Slade for the tour after confronting legal trouble in New Zealand, Brian Johnson was cast aside and replaced with Axl Rose for a chunk of dates and Cliff Williams retired.