AC/DC unleashes the video for “Shot In The Dark” directed by their longtime video director, David Mallet. The release of the video was preceded by a conversation between Mallet and the band, touching on stories from their biggest and best videos.
AC/DC will release its seventeenth full-length album, “Power Up,” on Nov. 13. This marks the legendary band’s first new music since 2014. “Power Up” is available for preorder HERE.
For the album, the band reunited with producer Brendan O’Brien who helmed “Black Ice” in 2008 and “Rock Or Bust” in 2014. Charged up for the next decade, AC/DC cut 12 new tracks for the album, proudly maintaining their signature sound and powerful hallmarks.
“Power Up” will be available in multiple configurations designed to excite collectors and die-hard fans alike, including digital, CD and deluxe versions. The limited edition, one-of-a-kind deluxe “Power Up” box is the ultimate fan package. Hit the button on the side of the box and watch the flashing neon AC/DC logo light up while the opening bars of “Shot In The Dark” blast out of the built-in speaker. Inside the box is the full CD package in a soft-pack with a 20-page booklet that features exclusive photos and USB charging cable allowing the box to remain powered up and on display.
The vinyl LP will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl and housed in a gatefold jacket. Limited edition variants of the LP will be available at select retailers nationwide, as well as the band’s online store. The album will be available on all digital platforms.
AC/DC is one of the most influential rock bands in history with more than 200 million albums sold worldwide and 71.5 million albums sold in the U.S. alone. The double-Diamond “Back in Black” stands out as “bestselling album by any band ever” and “third bestselling album by any artist” with global sales of 50 million and counting. AC/DC was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. The band also garnered its first Grammy Award in the category of “Best Hard Rock Performance” for “War Machine” in 2010. The rockers continue to sell out stadiums on multiple continents, sell millions of albums annually, and generate streams in the billions.