Hard rock legends AC/DC could be on the comeback trail.
Photographs appeared on the Australian band's official website earlier this week, seeming to show the line up shooting a new video.
Swiftly pulled down, the pics have been widely circulated by fans, and seem to show a resurgent AC/DC.
It's been a tough few years for the band - rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young died, drummer Phil Rudd endured legal troubles, and singer Brian Johnson took time out from touring due to hearing issues.
The new picture shows AC/DC re-united, with Angus Young's cousin Stevie stepping in to replace Malcolm Young on rhythm guitar.
No official word as yet, but it's certainly a bright note in a year dominated by bleak news.
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