AC/DC have launched a new clothing line that pays tribute to the band’s classic albums ‘Highway To Hell’ and ‘Back In Black’.
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The rock icons, who are set to release their new album ‘Power Up’ next week, teamed up with US streetwear company DCShoes for the collection, which includes T-shirts, footwear and accessories.
Featured in the range is a longsleeved sweater and tee boasting the cover art to 1980’s ‘Highway To Hell’, a pair of black skater shoes adorned with the iconic AC/DC logo, and a pair of loafers.
The ‘Back In Black’ collection, meanwhile, consists of a snapback cap, an ‘Access All Areas’ T-shirt, and black sneakers. You can get hold of the new items here.
It comes as the aforementioned AC/DC albums celebrate their 40th anniversary this year. Over the summer, the group released a new documentary chronicling the creation of ‘Back In Black’ to mark the milestone.
Last week, the band continued to tease their highly-anticipated seventeenth record ‘Power Up’ with a trailer for the upcoming cut ‘Demon Fire’. The clip featured demonic, red-eyed figures driving down a deserted road.
AC/DC have so far shared one song in full from the album, ‘Shot In The Dark’. Speaking to NME earlier this month, Angus Young described it as “a strong single from a powerful rock album”.
“You’ll be able to hear it and know straight away that it’s AC/DC. That’s what we’ve always strived for,” he added.