AC/DC have dropped a big hint of a comeback in a video recently shared to their social media accounts.
The video shows a neon light in the shape of the band's iconic lightning strike, flickering on and off. The sound of guitar amplifiers can be heard in the background.
The band have also updated their social media banners to an image of the lightning strike in front of a background of amplifiers (the photo at the top of the article.)
This hint comes just a week after a few photos were briefly posted to the band's website where both Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd were seen - somewhat confirming their return to the band.
We've already heard lots of speculation this year as to when we can be expecting the new album.
Australian broadcaster Eddie McGuire said back in January that a new album was meant to be released back in Feburary or March, but Twisted Sister's Dee Snider later revealed its been pushed back due to the pandemic.
Either way, this is the first official sign we've had from AC/DC themself, so fingers crossed we'll be hearing that new album soon.