AC/DC are one of the biggest bands in the world. If you clock up their album sales, they're bigger than the Stones.
Recently wrapping up work on a new AC/DC record, drummer Phil Rudd has also been hard at work on something else - his solo debut.
Due to be released this Friday, Head Job is the result of two decades of jamming with mates here in New Zealand.
As well as drumming on the record, he also produced the whole thing.
The first 500 copies will be autographed by Rudd - more information is available on his website.
Wanting more than an autograph, I travelled to Tauranga to meet the elusive drummer and talk about fame, cars, going solo, AC/DC and marshmallows.
It was a unique opportunity, as Rudd doesn’t do much talking. He arrived in a Lamborghini.
Very rock and roll.
Watch the interview.
source: newshub archive