AC/DC: 'Rock Master' DVD A No-Go

The "Rock Master" DVD/video of AC/DC's 1977 London concert which was originally scheduled to be issued in the U.S. on Feb. 18 has been postponed indefinitely and may in fact not be cleared legally for a North American release. The DVD has been available only in Japan as "AC/DC Live '77" on VAP Video since Jan. 22.

In other news, the Allan Handelman radio show is to broadcast an interview with all five members of AC/DC on the Sunday, April 6 bewteen 10:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. EST. The interview was recorded after their Roseland Ballroom concert on March 11. For more information, visit

Also on the AC/DC-related front, the precise dates for the release of the next batch of remastered back catalogue albums by Epic Records is uncertain, but online record store currently lists five albums with a release date of April 22. Albums listed for a Aril 22 release date are: "Who Made Who", "For Those About To Rock", "Let There Be Rock", "Powerage" And "Razor's Edge".

(Thanks: Crabsody In Blue)


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