AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has co-written a track with JACKYL that is due to appear on the latter's new studio album, the group's first since splitting with the Geffen label. According to JACKYL's official web site, “We're down to mixing the last four songs which should be done by weeks end. It is a very honest, unpretentious rock 'n roll JACKYL record. Some of the titles are… 'Give The Devil His Due', 'Kill The Sunshine' (co-written with Brian Johnson from AC/DC), 'Vegas Smile', 'If You Want It Heavy (I Weigh A Ton)', 'Billy Badass (I Am A Motherf.cker)' and 'Sparks From Candy'. We have all intentions of getting this album released as soon as possible. We've fulfilled our contract with Geffen with the release of our Choice Cuts greatest hits album. This leaves us free and clear to find a new label home. We currently have a good idea of how things will be working out, but at this time it is in our attorney's hands. Our primary concern at this time is that we find a label fully committed to going the distance with this new album.”
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