The power of AC/DC knocks down 800 year old Rochester Castle!

On the site of a thousand years of violent history, ACDC were pitted against Iron Man in a ground breaking architectural projection mapping project. The front facade of the Great Keep at Rochester Castle, was brought to life using the latest in 3D animation techniques. This onslaught of the senses, saw the castle confront it's ultimate challenge. Warping, morphing, spewing and collapsing before the audiences eyes. Let there be rock!
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Comments (9)

OMG that was very great! Laughing out loud

Incredible! AC/DC Rocks!!

That's fantastic! \m/

HELLO ACDC CAN U PLS GO TO OUR COUNTRY HERE IN PHILLIPHINESE I WANT TO SEE YOU LIVE PLSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS I WANT TO ROCK N ROLL HIGH WAY TO HELLLLLLLLLL ........................ PATRICK RIVERA YOUR FAN!!!!!!!!!

Amazing wish I could be there

wouldnt it be a wonderful experience to invite our most venerated and honored rock n roll band to the 110th anniv of the harley davidson experience here in milwaukee seeing as the band will have been celebratin their 40th year at the same time lets make it happen. love u guys please if u get this consider it. Your the greatest band around. love k. Ps thanks for puttin me on the megatron at the milwaukee concert was as always the highlight of my year. lol

bought the new cd and thanks for the dvd too its excellent everyone go and buy it.

The effects with Angus on the wall were awesome.

Pretty cool vid. And congrats to all your well derved success. It amazes me how it took a whole NEW generation of listeners to fully appreciate how great your music is and the hard work it takes to keep crankin' it out for so long. But i can't help but wonder...

Are there ever times when you guys wish you could just dial it back, and just be about the music? I don't mean "YOU guys" specifically. I could just see myself ask that question in person, and get my head opened up by Malcolm because he might've got the wrong idea... What I mean is the "industry" that is as much, if not more so, about marketing and sales than just the pure music itself.

And I understand that nobody works for their "health" and you're providing for your families... hmmm, what's the best way to explain myself?

I remember when MTV first came on the air. The highlight was just watching the band play live. For example Neil Young when he performed "Like a Hurricane." Or when you guys first appeared on the "Midnight Special." You guys just performed and it was awesome.

I guess I miss that. Bands just rockin' it for those of us who can't afford a ticket to the show but have all of your music.

Anyway, thank you for making MY life a little more bearable and teaching me to play guitar alittle bit!

Sincerely,
Mick Capanzzi
Chicago ironworker.

P.S. "Whole Lotta Rosie," is STILL, in my opinion, your ball-bustinest (is that even a word?) tune EVER!!!

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