Multi-camera video footage of AC/DZ, the San Francisco Bay Area-based AC/DC tribute band featuring legendary thrash singer Steve "Zetro" Souza (HATRIOT, TENET, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL, EXODUS, LEGACY) and drummer Will Carroll (DEATH ANGEL, VICIOUS RUMORS, MACHINE HEAD, LAAZ ROCKIT), performing the song "Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be" on December 15 at Metro in Oakland, California can be seen below.
Carroll made his live debut with AC/DZ on July 14 at the Pine Street Bar In Livermore, California.
"I've always had a very close relationship with AC/DC growing up; they influenced me heavily and this will mean a great deal to me," Souza previously told BLABBERMOUTH.NET.
"I love performing, and this is another just another side of me, paying tribute to one of the bands that helped define me as a singer."
In addition to Souza and Carroll, AC/DZ's current lineup includes Elena Luciano Repetto (BOMB SCARY, MOTHER EARTH, IMAGIKA) on bass, Dan Kopp on rhythm guitar, and Dave Chapman (RIFF/RAFF) on lead guitar.
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