Phil Rudd Wants To Rejoin AC/DC For Their Next Album

Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has spoken candidly about his desire to rejoin the band.

Rudd left the band in 2015 after pleading guilty to charges including drug possession and and threatening to kill, but is eyeing the band’s next album as a potential target for reuniting with Angus Young and co.

Although we last heard that Rudd didn’t want to work with AC/DC if Axl Rose was still going to be around, he’s now told Kaaos TV that he’d definitely keen to contribute towards the their next album. “I’d like to be involved with Angus [Young] again, maybe on the next album or something,” he said.

However, any potential reunion would depend on the travel limitations he still has placed on him, which would make it hard to return to America specifically for any recording.

“But I still have some traveling restrictions, and I’m not sure if I can go to America or not,” said Rudd. “I’ve got some lawyers doing some work so I can go back to America, but I’m not too sure. So I have some limitations on what I can do, and I’m just making the best of my situation at the moment.”

Rudd, who is currently touring Europe with his solo band, says he still in regular contact with his former band members including Brian Johnson and Cliff Williams.

Watch: Phil Rudd – ‘Head Job’

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