AC/DC Releases Live Video Performance Of 1981 “Back In Black” Classic Track

AC/DC Releases Live Video Performance Of 1981 “Back In Black” Classic Track | Society Of Rock Videos

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A Rare Footage

AC/DC dropped a live performance of “What Do You Do for Money Honey” from their magnum opus “Back in Black” album as part of its 40th anniversary celebration. It was filmed at Nihon Seinenkan in Tokyo, Japan on February 1981 during a world tour in support of the LP – their first international trek with then-new vocalist and frontman Brian Johnson.

A few days ago, AC/DC launched a new documentary series chronicling the making of their landmark record “Back in Black” with the first installment focusing on the creation of “You Shook Me All Night Long.” Basically, after months of hiatus, their social media channels are currently busy and active. They uploaded a “Hells Bells” clip, and a photo of a promotional billboard of Johnson’s North American debut with the band.

They also set up a fanwall – urging fans to share their photos and clips via Instagram using the hashtag #backinblack40.

It’s been months since rumors have been circulating about the highly anticipated new album from AC/DC and though their friends from the industry like Eddie Trunk and Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider have confirmed it, there’s no news or update from AC/DC members themselves. We’re still waiting if they’re going to release any new material.

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