AC/DC‘s new album, ‘Energy Up’, has shot to Quantity One within the greatest first-week tally of 2020 thus far.
AC/DC’s Angus Younger thanked followers for his or her help. “A really huge thanks to everybody who put of their time, effort and creativity to get PWR/UP to Number one! Additionally an enormous shoutout to all our followers, outdated and new. You might be, and at all times have been, our guiding inspiration”, he advised OfficialCharts.com.
Brian Johnson and Angus Younger of AC/DC carry out on stage at Tacoma Dome on February 2, 2016 in Tacoma, Washington. (Image: Jackie Butler/WireImage)
‘Energy Up’ is the band’s fourth Quantity One album within the UK, and their first in 10 years since 2010’s ‘Iron Man 2 – OST’.
Talking to Consequence Of Sound, Slash praised the band after they defied private tragedy – together with the demise of founding guitarist Malcolm Younger – to ship their album.
Weapons N’ Roses’ Slash CREDIT: Getty Pictures
“The tragedy of dropping Malcolm [Young, AC/DC’s founding rhythm guitarist]… the truth that Angus [Young] and firm would survive that and maintain it going, within the spirit of in all probability what Malcolm would have completed, was nice,” Slash defined.
“I simply love these guys as a result of so far as rock ‘n’ roll is anxious, they simply are pushed.”
Hailing the band’s newest album particularly, he added: “Then, on prime of it, they make such an amazing fucking file at this level within the sport. It’s a extremely impressed album. I’ve had it within the automobile for the final couple of days and it’s in all probability gonna sit there for some time.”