Former AC/DC Singer To Release New Solo Album

Former AC/DC singer Dave Evans will be releasing a new solo album, entitled "Sinner", on October 25. Evans, who reportedly recorded the CD in Newcastle, Australia, is joined on the album by former RABBIT bandmembers Mark Tinson and David Hinds. The rest of the group are said to be "some of Newcastle's finest players" — Steve "Mac" McLennan on drums, Trevor Dare on guitar, and Justin "Ngariki" Bolth on bass and Simon Croft on guitar.

"Sinner" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Back on the Firing Line
02. Rock 'n' Roll or Bust
03. Take Me Down Again
04. Only the Good Die Young
05. Sinner
06. Carnal Knowledge
07. Turn It Up
08. Out in the Cold
09. Go Down Fighting
10. Sold My Soul to Rock´n Roll
11. D.O.A.
12. The Thunder Down Under

(Thanks: Crabsody In Blue)

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