Brian Johnson has apparently been informed to not to discuss AC/DC’s future plans, together with whether or not or not the band will tour once more.
The singer was very guarded in a brand new interview with Eddie Trunk on Sirius XM’s Trunk Nation, refusing to reply some questions in regards to the band’s touring and recording plans. Johnson hasn’t carried out with AC/DC since departing their 2016 “Rock or Bust Tour” on account of listening to loss, and the band hasn’t performed reside since September twentieth of that 12 months (when Axl Rose had stuffed in on vocals).
When requested by Trunk if AC/DC would carry out reside once more, Johnson replied [as transcribed by Blabbermouth]: “I’m not answering that. Why ought to I? To begin with, there’s 5 members on this band, and to ask one member isn’t honest.”
Johnson returned to AC/DC to file 2020’s Energy Up, and when Trunk requested him in the event that they’ll make one other album, the singer rebutted with apparent agitation: “It’s gettin’ tabloidy right here. You’re gettin’ tabloidy.”
“If I say one factor, it’ll be blown out of all proportion,” Johnson continued. “You simply can’t afford to speak now. There’s an excessive amount of blabber on the web. And I’m not on any sort of Face-thing or social media in any respect — by no means have been. It’s simply gossip.”
Whereas it’s not stunning for a band to maintain future touring and recording plans beneath wraps, Johnson’s hard-line remarks are barely regarding — particularly contemplating it’s been over six years since AC/DC took the stage.
In the meantime, Johnson lately launched his memoir, The Lives of Brian. You should buy a replica right here.