Axl Rose, replacement singer of AC/DC, to join the band on tour

Updated On 17 Apr, 2016 Published On

AC/DC today formally confirmed the rumors by announcing that before Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime Tour kicks off , Axl Rose, who has been the lead singer of American hard rock band since its journey began in 1962, will first join them as vocalist for the remaining dates of their Rock or Bust trek tour.

Although this move is cited as temporary as the lead singer of the Australian rock band, Brian Johnson, had to step aside due to a progressive hearing problem, fans have been fervently yearning for two of the legendary bands come together in some ways. 

"AC/DC will resume their Rock Or Bust World Tour with Axl Rose joining on vocals," the band announced in a statement on Saturday.

The band was almost in the middle of their tour to the US while concerts in Europe were planned in May and June. Although an immediate solution for the problem has been found, the band remain wary should Johnson, who was advised to stop touring or risk complete hearing loss, not recover in time.

We, the Frostsnow team, wish the fabled singer a speedy recovery.