Dave Evans Readies New Album

Original AC/DC singer Dave Evans will release his new album "Judgement Day" in July.

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Original AC/DC singer Dave Evans will release his new album "Judgement Day" in July. The album fills a 5-year gap since the release of "Sinner" in 2003. Evans recorded "Judgement Day" in Brisbane with producer Mark Tinson. It will feature 10 tracks, including a cover of "House Of The Rising Sun". The first single will be "We Don't Dance To Your Song". A live video will be made for the single. Evans will release "Judgement Day" on July 14 through MGM. Dave Evans was the first lead singer for AC/DC in 1973 and 1974. He sang on the band's very first single "Can In Sit Next To You Girl" which was later re-recorded with Bon Scott for the "TNT" album. Evans left AC/DC in 1974 after a fall-out with the Young brothers. HardDrive Radio are reporting that AC/DC's forthcoming album, "Black Ice", will now released a week earlier than expected. The album will be available on October 21st. Thanks for the info to Oldschoolmetal.com.

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    BrianApocalypse wrote: I thought thatflambe chicken wrote: MoFly41 wrote: I thought The Edge had made a secret solo album... that's exactly what i thought too! Me too!
    I'm not alone!
    wicked_hobbit
    "Original AC/DC singer Dave Evans will release his new album "Judgement Day" in July." And tomorrow is already August. And dang, I also thought it was the edge
    fitzyp
    I don't think anyone would've checked it out had they not thought it was The Edge.
    BrianApocalypse
    I thought that
    flambe chicken wrote: MoFly41 wrote: I thought The Edge had made a secret solo album... that's exactly what i thought too!
    Me too!
    joshua029
    sitdown248 wrote: dave evans sucks!
    that was a very thoughtful and informative post. j/k...
    sunnysayshi
    Dave Evans was the first lead singer for AC/DC in 1973 and 1974. He sang on the band's very first single "Can In Sit Next To You Girl" which was later re-recorded with Bon Scott for the "TNT" album.
    The word in, should be I.
    flambe chicken
    MoFly41 wrote: I thought The Edge had made a secret solo album...
    that's exactly what i thought too!