AC/DC has released "Demon Fire" — the second video from its new chart-topping album, Power Up. "Demon Fire" was also featured in Fortnite’s Nexus War Event, which saw 15.3 million concurrent viewers with an additional 3.4 million watching on YouTube Gaming and Twitch.
Guitarist Angus Young recalled the first time he ever heard his band on the radio: ["The first time I was in, actually, Adelaide (Australia) at the time, was the first time, and that was in '76. I remember a DJ came down to one of our shows and he took a chance, because they canned him the next day. 'Cause it was a very soft radio and he just said, 'Hey, I've got to play this.' And he got on and played one of our early tracks."] SOUNDCUE (:21 OC: . . . our early tracks)
Angus told us a while back that AC/DC has always stayed true to its roots: ["As a band, y'know, we started playing rock n' roll music, and I think people — y'know, they know AC/DC's a rock n' roll band. You go see AC/DC, and, y'know, you get a, y'know, a rock n' roll show."] SOUNDCUE (:10 OC: . . . rock n' roll show)
Angus Young says ACDC has always been and will always be a rock n roll band :
Angus Young Recalls The First Time He Heard AC/DC On The Radio :