After much speculation outed in the press about their tour plan, finally an official confirmation about AC/DC's world tour has been revealed on July 28. The rockers reportedly will go on an 18 months tour starting from October.
According to Billboard.com, the news was confirmed by Creative Artists Agency managing partner Rob Light at IAAM conference and trade show in Anaheim, California. Unfortunately, Light hasn't revealed the details about the venues and the exact dates for the tour.
The upcoming tour itself is being set to support the band's upcoming album which was rumored to be titled "Black Ice" and set to be dropped exclusively via Wal-mart stores just before the end of the year. The new album, which will be the band's 15th studio album, was recorded in Canada under the production of Brendan O' Brien.
Beside touring, to support the upcoming LP the band will also release their first single, which is rumored to be titled "Runaway Train" or "Rock & Roll Train", in August. Not only that, the rockers reportedly will also shoot the music video for the new single in early August in London, England.