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AC/DC never work to deadlines, says Brian Johnson

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Brian Johnson, ACDC

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AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has revealed that the band prefer not to make any major decisions while working on new material.

The singer told radio show Nights with Alice Cooper that the group get "worried" if they decide when to release a new album.

"There's never any decisions made, that's the thing about AC/DC," he said. "Nobody makes any decisions. That's the wonderful thing about AC/DC, it just happens.

"Nobody says, 'Right, let's get in the studio by January'. That's because immediately we have an enemy - time. And that makes you worried and that makes you in a box and you have to think."

Johnson hinted earlier this year that AC/DC may record a new album and go on tour to celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2013.

He said: "Well if an album comes out - although I don't think I could do two years again, that was brutal, but I'd sure hate to say that's the end of it.

"I think you need a full stop at the end of everything, a sentence, your life, or your car. There has to be a full stop and I don't think we've had one yet."

AC/DC previously insisted that they have no plans to retire and hope to release another album soon.

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