Are the Thunder From Down Under ready to pull the plug on their legendary career with a final album and tour? That's the rumor according to a Metal Underground report. The rumor was sparked when the host of "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM said on Friday night that word has it that Australian hard rock legends AC/DC will embark on a "farewell" tour later in the year once the recording sessions for their new album have been completed.See Also:
More from the Metal Underground report: AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams told Spinner.com last month that AC/DC would enter the studio March 1 to begin recording its first new album in eight years. The web site caught up with Williams at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp in Los Angeles, where he said, "God I'm ready."
As for touring, however, Williams was less sure about the group's intentions. He explained, "If we go out again or when we go out again, you just never know. We've been around a long time, so we're going to get together and get in the studio and I fully expect we will (tour). I don't mean to be so negative about that.
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