AC/DC: 'Rock Or Bust' World Tour Photo Book Due Next Year

December 12, 2016

Rufus Stone Limited Editions has announced the publication of the first-ever official AC/DC photo book.

Currently in production, the "Rock Or Bust" tour book will cover the full extent of AC/DC's groundbreaking 2015 world tour supporting the multi-million-selling "Rock Or Bust" album, released in 2014.

Starting at California's Coachella festival, the "Rock Or Bust" tour played to millions of fans around the world, setting records for attendance and sellout times.

Renowned music photographer Ralph Larmann has captured AC/DC throughout this incredible tour, creating an amazing photographic documentary of the band and fans in action.

Rufus Stone is assembling these pictures plus some amazing facts, figures and tour memorabilia to celebrate one of the most successful rock tours of the last decade. The finished book will be more than 200 pages long and will be the same physical dimensions as a vinyl album.

Several different editions of the book will be published, including a unique "Leather And Metal" collector's version with "light up" AC/DC slipcase. All editions will be unique, case bound coffee table books, perfect for fans and collectors.

Mark Smith at Rufus Stone says: "Creating this type of book with a band with the legacy of AC/DC is the dream project for Rufus. We are delighted to be able to produce an official book on behalf of the band and we've got a few surprises along the way to help make this a unique and special publishing event."

The book will be released in the first half of 2017 and a sign-up page has been created at The book will go pre-sale in spring 2017 at a special discounted price for fans who have signed up to the project.


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