- 6 January 2012
- 14 December 2011
- 14 November 2011We're excited to announce AC/DC Pinball Rocks for iPhone and iPad! Take the stage and bask in the colored lights, roaring guitars, and thundering drums of AC/DC. Includes classic AC/DC hits, original voice recordings from vocalist Brian Johnson, guitar-shredding mini-games and a hyper-realistic pinball enviroment featuring AC/DC's most iconic set pieces. Ring Hell's bells, fire a cannonball salute, flick the switch to power up the power station, and take a ride with Rosie -- all in dazzling HD. Available today in the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
- 14 October 2011
On October 12th, 2011 AC/DC Live at River Plate was awarded Best Music DVD at the annual ARIA music awards in Australia. "Live At River Plate" was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina in December 2009 during AC/DC's massive "Black Ice" world tour and debuted at #1 in 17 countries around the world.
- 12 October 2011
Welcome to the all new ACDC.com, the official AC/DC website! Acca Dacca fans be sure to check out all of the new features on the site! You can now post your concert reviews, photos, and more in the tour section which includes AC/DC's complete concert history, post your blog, album review or talk about your favorite AC/DC album in the community section, add your own fan photos showing off your favorite AC/DC tattoos, collectibles, and your very own high voltage concert photos from the concerts you attended, and much more!
- 5 October 2011
- 9 September 2011
The AC/DC Australian Family Jewels Exhibition has been transported to Scotland and will begin showing at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow from September 17th, 2011 through February 12, 2012. The exhibition is now being dubbed AC/DC: Scotland's Family Jewels and will showcase many interesting and one of a kind items from AC/DC's history. The Kelingrove stop will be the only European area stop of the tour before the exhibition moves to The Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington, USA.
For further information, tickets and a video preview of the exhibition, please visit the Glasgow Museum website.
- 6 September 2011
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will be opening his very own restaurant on the Harbour Bridge marina in Tauranga, New Zealand, Phil's home town.
The Bay Of Plenty Times reports that Phil's Place will open its doors this month, and that many of Phil's friends from around the world will be flying in. He has of course invited his band mates from AC/DC to the grand opening. ""Sure I will invite the boys [AC/DC band members Brian Johnson, Angus and Malcolm Young, and Cliff Williams]. I've told them if they don't dress up they are not getting in. Brian is a good cook; he will get in the kitchen. It's not about pulling in the stars for the launch to make a fizz, because for me, it's got to be a smouldering hot spot all the time," says Phil.
- 31 August 2011
Undercover.fm news reports that Isa (Isabelle) Scott, the mother of Bon Scott passed away in Western Australia at the age of 92 on August 30th. Isa attended the AC/DC concert as a VIP guest during the "Black Ice" world tour at Subiaco Oval on March 6, 2010, and had attended a show during every tour since Bon's death.
Condolences to the Scott family from ACDC.com
- 1 August 2011
AC/DC Monopoly, the official team-up between the world's biggest and best rock and roll band and the most popular board game of all time, is here! The AC/DC Collector’s Edition of MONOPOLY® celebrates The Rock N Roll Dream with some of the greatest rock music of the 20th century and beyond. This completely customized game features the band’s most popular albums and locations including Black Ice, Stiff Upper Lip, AC/DC Lane and more, allowing fans to build their own AC/DC empire. Order your copy right here now!
- 11 July 2011
A unique collection of Bon Scott memorabilia will be on display at Gateway to the Glens Museum in Kirriemuir, Scotland until August 6th, 2011.
Neil McDonald who has been an avid AC/DC collector since the 1970’s is temporarily donating part of his collection, much which has never been seen by the public before, for this once in a lifetime display.
Gateway to the Glens Museum, The Town House, 32 High Street, Kirriemuir, is open from 10am until 5pm, Monday to Saturday. Kirriemuir is Bon Scott’s birthplace, and the exhibition is coinciding with the “BON FEST 2011” event that just took place this weekend in celebration of Bon’s birthday on July 9th.
For further information: <a href="http://www.angusahead.com/AngusListings/Events/Bon_Scott_Exhibition.asp" title="http://www.angusahead.com/AngusListings/Events/Bon_Scott_Exhibition.asp">http://www.angusahead.com/AngusListings/Events/Bon_Scott_Exhibition.asp</a>
- 9 July 2011