Label: AC/DC Have Not Yet Entered The Studio

Dylan Welch of The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that the director of music at AC/DC's record label, Albert Music, has discussed the long-awaited new album from the Australian rock band.

It has now been more than six years since the band's last album, "Stiff Upper Lip".

Fifa Riccobono said the band had not decided upon a definite schedule for release, and still had not got into the recording studio.

"I'm hanging out for it big time," she told SMH.com.au.

"There's no scheduling. They're ready to go and ready to record but there's no plan for it."

She said the band had written a lot of material and practiced new songs, but still have not entered the recording studio.

"The minute they do I'll be very, very happy."

The new album, which has held frustrated fans in anxious suspense since the rumor caught on the aging rockers were planning a new disc, is as yet untitled.

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