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AC/DC heading to studio this spring

AC/DC heading to studio this spring

FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK: AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson, left, and lead guitarist Angus Young perform on the Black Ice tour at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2008. Photo: Associated Press/Jeff Zelevansky

Rockers AC/DC plan to go back to the recording studio for a new album in May, according to an interview posted on Billboard.com.

The group’s frontman Brian Johnson says AC/DC will start work on their next album and also plan to tour ahead of their 40th anniversary.

The band’s most recent album, “Black Ice,” was released in 2008.

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