In an interview with ABC Audio, Twisted Sister‘s iconic frontman Dee Snider talked about his previous statements regarding the new AC/DC album and revealed that it actually had to be delayed.

As you might recall, a few months ago, on Twitter, the legendary vocalist of Twisted Sister, Dee Snider, posted some tweets claiming the new AC/DC album was on its way and it would be containing material recorded before the death of the band’s co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young.

Furthermore, Snider claimed the four surviving members of the band got together and created some material while Malcolm Young was still alive. He also mentioned the late guitarist’s nephew Stevie Young would be replacing him for the new AC/DC album they had been working on for a while.

Recently, Dee Snider joined an interview for ABC Audio and talked about how fascinating the upcoming AC/DC album was going to be. Talking about the new AC/DC album, Dee Snider stated:

“I haven’t heard anything, but… it’s AC/DC, man. You can’t go wrong! Four chords and a dream, baby! That’s it!

This is gonna be a miracle of technology. What will be achieved, the reuniting of the band that we know for one more album, is going to be uplifting and heartbreaking at the same time. Because nothing goes on forever. But this is the ultimate ‘one more time.'”

When he was asked about the release dates of the highly-anticipated AC/DC album, Dee Snider claimed even though the album had been recorded, they might have to delay its release due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Click here to read the entire interview with Dee Snider.