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AC/DC will start to record a new album next month -- or call it quits as a band, according to two obviously conflicting reports. The latter surfaced on Monday (April 14) when a radio station in Perth, Australia, reported a rumor that the group would be breaking because guitarist Malcolm Young is too ill to continue with the band. The Australian site noise11.com has somewhat discredited that, however, reporting that the rumor came from an email to the station from an anonymous listener called Thunderstruck, without any verification from the band. Nevertheless it was widely reported throughout Australia and by music news outlets around the world. AC/DC fans will likely be happy with the other rumor, this one from an anonymous "music industry source" that the group has booked six weeks of studio time in Vancouver to record the follow-up to 2008's "Black Ice." Frontman Brian Johnson had indicated in interviews earlier this year that the group was planning to record as well as hit the road for a 40-date tour to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Johnson previously told us he didn't foresee retirement any time soon:
"A journalist asked me once, 'What do you think about retirement, Brian, seeing as you're getting older?' I said something honest and quite naive; I said, 'Well, I'll retire when I can't do it anymore and as soon as I feel I can't do it anymore, then I'll retire.' Next thing I now there's a headline, 'Brian Johnson's gonna retire' and I'm like, 'Y'know, what a piece of sh*t that guy is.' And it came out all wrong so you got to be careful what you say. Retirement is like anything; a good footballer, a good ice hockey player, they don't want to retire, but unfortunately sometimes there's a time when you have to call it quits. I don't want to do it, and if we can get out and (do) the album and do another short little tour or something, have a bit of fun, I'm your man. I'll be right there."
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