On Thursday Phil Rudd Excited About Sound Of AC/DC's New Album was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd reckons the band's first album without Malcolm Young is better than 2008's Black Ice. The mainman took no part in recording sessions during May as a result of long-standing health issues - which may mean he'll never return to the band he's led since 1973.
Describing the Aussie giants' 15th studio work as "stellar," Rudd tells Triple M: "It was done in 10 days and I've never played better. I hope it's as good as I remember when I came away from the studio. It's pretty damn good."
He says mastering work has been completed, but he believes the production process could be faster: "Usually you master something and wait a couple of weeks and you go and have a listen to it. They do things a certain way - I think they're taking too long." - here.