AC/DC's Latest Album: Black Ice

After eight years of silence, the mythical rock band AC/DC comes back with "Black Ice".
Their previous work was "Stiff Upper Lip", published in 2000.


"Black Ice" has 15 songs:

  • "Rock 'n' Roll Train"
  • "Skies on Fire"
  • "Big Jack"
  • "Anything Goes"
  • "War Machine"
  • "Smash 'n' Grab"
  • "Spoilin' for a Fight"
  • "Wheels"
  • "Decibel"
  • "Stormy May Day"
  • "She Likes Rock 'n' Roll"
  • "Money Made"
  • "Rock 'n' Roll Dream"
  • "Rocking All the Way"
  • "Black Ice"
The band is still loyal to their style, and some people compare this work to the mythical "Back In Black" of the 80s.

Alongside with this album, AC/DC will start a tour that will last for more than one year. You can get informed of the tour tickets in their official page: http://acdc.com/
Although I must say you that many of the tickets of this tour are already sold out!!!


Albeit the band was born in 1973, founded by the Scottish brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, the pass of time couldn't put an end their music, nor the death of the charismatic singer Bon Scott.

Their style, far beyond time and trends, has made of this band a classic of rock music, getting fans of all ages during decades.

In the following video, you can see the making of the music video of the song "Rock 'N' Roll Train", which is the promotional single of "Black Ice".



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7 comments:

Shea said...

Is it as good as the old stuff

Emma Alvarez said...

I agree Shea!

GeroldM said...

Not only pretty, but you have musical taste as well.

And you are right, it is music beyond style or trend.

Maybe a little off-topic but I knew I was going to love the Ironman movie...just because it opens with AC/DC :) (and to be honest, the rest of the music in that movie could not stir up the same emotion with me).

Thanks for sharing the good news!

Emma Alvarez said...

Thanks ;)

I did an article about Iron Man, have a look:

http://www.emmaalvarez.com/2008/04/iron-man-story-of-tony-stark.html

Jean-Christophe Duvivier said...

Hi, amazing page...

Thanks for gathering those free Mac freewares & sharewares! Like GeroldM said, you're not only –I'd add VERY, as beautiful as Albeniz's Asturias– pretty, but you also have some great talent and musical taste! OMG, Boris Vallejo, I just love his work... Brings back so many memories (good old LP covers from the 80s)... Love your "Strange Flower" painting and your "Fractal Art" clip.

Keep up the good work!! If you have a chance, please check out my ACDC and other "oldies" covers on YouTube... Right.. "The essence of the topic"... Sorry for being so wordy, cheers and props again! – JC

www.youtube.com/scream4vengeance

Emma Alvarez said...

Hi Jean,it's not easy to sing Judas Priest, a group that I love. I like how you sing.
Another thing, I not only do fractal art, but also fantasy art:
http://emmaalvarez.deviantart.com/gallery/#Fantasy-Art

So don't forget to write me to make your album cover :)

Briyani Missisipi said...

Good information.

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