AC/DC rock out inside a crystal ball in new video for Witch’s Spell
Directed, edited and animated by Wolf & Crow, the clip sees the band performing inside of a crystal ball and on a set of tarot cards, and arrives as they gear up to unveil a 12″ vinyl version of the single – along with Through The Mists Of Time – in drop one of this year’s Record Store Day on June 12 (in that same drop are the likes of Black Sabbath, Deftones, Linkin Park and Rage Against The Machine).
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Speaking about their hopes for POWER UP last November, frontman Brian Johnson enthused, “This album, I just want kids to listen to it, we all do, and just go out and say, ‘I wanna buy a guitar, I wanna be in a band.’ I think we’ve accomplished something if that happens.”
Watch Witch’s Spell below:
In April this year, Brian announced his upcoming autobiography, The Lives Of Brian.
The musician’s memoirs tell the story of his life from “choirboy to rock’n’roll singer”, and is described as “warm, vivid, evocative, life-affirming and often laugh-out-loud funny” as written in “his own inimitable voice”.
“Brian’s memoir captures an unforgettable moment in rock history,” explains Dey Street Books SVP and executive editor Mauro DiPreta. “Anyone who wants to understand Brian’s roots as well as the moment of ignition when he joined AC/DC and helped create a monster album will be in for an unforgettable ride.”
“I’ve had some long nights and some great nights, bad days and a lot of good ones,” adds the AC/DC man. “I’ve gone from choirboy to rock’n’roll singer, and now I’ve gone and written a bloody book about it… The Lives Of Brian is coming October 26.”
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