There's been talk that AC/DC will release a new album in 2013 as the band celebrates its 40th anniversary but a member of the band dashes those hopes in a recent interview.
Bass player Cliff Williams was interviewed by Backstage Axxess at the NAMM show in January and he was asked about plans for the follow-up to 2008's "Black Ice."
Williams responded: "Nothing in the works right now. We're still getting over the last tour. Just hanging out and doing stuff. I know the guys (guitarists Angus and Malcolm Young) are writing new material and when it's ready they'll give us a holler."
About the AC/DC writing process Williams adds: "(Angus and Malcolm) will get a bunch of ideas together - some are more together than others - then we'll all hit the studio or a little rehearsal room and we'll kick it around with a producer and then get in a studio and record. Right now, Angus and Malcolm aren't ready for us yet." more on this story