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  • "You just know it's going to be a good year ahead in Toronto when the first week of 2009 sees the return of the best, biggest, loudest, and lewdest rock show of 2008," writes the Toronto Sun, after AC/DC's concert on Friday night at the Rogers Centre.

    The rockers revisited the venue, a mere two months after blowing the roof off the joint last November, with their 'Black Ice' tour in support of their huge comeback album. 45, 000 fans filled the stadium for the almost two hour show.

    To read more of the review, go to

  • AC/DC's 'Black Ice' was the biggest selling album in Canada in 2008! To top it off, AC/DC was the biggest selling artist in the country due to album sales this past year.

  • Check out the AC/DC tattoo gallery on acdcrocks.com! It has now been updated with photos sent in by fans of their tattoos. If anyone else has any AC/DC tattoos that they think should be in the gallery, please email them to acdctattoos@gmail.com. We will do our best to get as many of them up as we can!

    IMPORTANT: If anyone has a BLACK ICE tattoo, please make note of it in the subject of your email. We really want to see these. We could probably find some cool posters or something for anyone that sends us good pictures of one.

  • GRAND PRIZE INCLUDES: A trip for two anywhere in the world to see AC/DC, airfare for two, four nights accommodation, and $1000 spending money.

    Text ROCK to 4811 to start or go to rogers.com/rockurphone for full contest rules.

    *Contest closes Jan. 31, 2009. Open to Canadian residents, 13 years of age and older. Purchase any downloadable content to be automatically entered.

  • Two new videos promoting AC/DC's new album, 'Black Ice', are now available! The first was shot on Toronto's Queen Street, featuring a chalk artist sketching a sidewalk mural of the 'Black Ice' logo. The second video features the "Rock 'N Roll Plane" flying the group's banner over Toronto's Roger's Centre - the same venue where AC/DC recently performed a sold-out show and where they'll be returning to play again in January.

    Check them out now!

  • AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack is available in stores now for Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation2 and PlayStation3 video game consoles. AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack marks the first time the iconic rock band has released an entire album for video game play. The band’s first inclusion in a music-based video game came with the launch of Rock Band 2, which features AC/DC’s “Let There Be Rock”.

    The AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack set list includes18 live tracks with more than 99 minutes of game play for each instrument:

    “Thunderstruck”
    “Shoot to Thrill”
    “Back in Black”
    “Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be”
    “Heatseeker”
    “Fire Your Guns”
    “Jailbreak”
    “The Jack”
    “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”
    “Money Talks”
    “Hell’s Bells”
    “High Voltage”
    “Whole Lotta Rosie”
    “You Shook Me All Night Long”
    “T.N.T.”
    “Let There Be Rock”
    “Highway To Hell”
    “For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)”

  • ‘Black Ice’ was recorded at Warehouse Studios, which was an original location of the Vancouver City Hall. "People come from all over the world to make their recordings, to make movies.” Said the Mayor Sullivan of Vancouver. “The city is a hotbed of real great talent and we should celebrate that."

    The official ‘AC/DC Day’ proclamation is expected to be made on the same day of the band’s performance at GM Place.

    Check out the article in The Vancouver Province - http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=1ef31b35-40d2-436c-...

  • The British beat us to it. They just finished developing the world's first music video in an excel spreadsheet. I know this sounds a little strange, but once you see it, you'll love it.

    You can download the spreadsheet here.

  • Facebook fans can choose from a range of exclusive "horns" gifts including limited edition AC/DC Black Ice horns. As an added bonus users can check out previews of all tracks from Black Ice and watch the Rock N Roll Train video directly from the app.

    Get it now at: http://apps.facebook.com/sendhorns

  • Last night, AC/DC played a very intimate secret show in Wilkes-Barre, PA for a few thousand lucky fans. Here is a little taste of what went down and what you can expect if you have tickets to one of their many shows which begin tomorrow.

  • ‘Black Ice’ is in stores now and the critics are raving about it! The 15 song album is an instant AC/DC classic. The Vancouver Sun declares “On their 15th longplayer, the band is in full rock 'em sock 'em mode, blasting away like a bunch of crazed teenagers intent on giving themselves some serious tinnitus.” Metro goes on to say that “AC/DC seem so appealingly familiar that even when Brian Johnson screeches and thrusts his way through tracks such as War Machine and Spoilin' For A Fight, it comes across as a jolly singalong.”

    Be sure to pick up your copy of the album today to make sure our favorite Aussies top the charts with this impressive new release!

  • Check out Exclaim! this month for this killer timeline that highlights AC/DC’s career since the beginning. The timeline spans their early days in 1963 up until the new 2008 release ‘Black Ice’

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