Murray Engleheart, AC/DC biographer and music journalist has stated the band will continue to record and tour with Guns N' Roses legend Axl Rose fronting the band. Rose stepped in to help AC/DC complete the final 2016 dates of their world tour in support of 2014's "Rock Or Bust" after singer Brian Johnson was advised by doctors to stop performing in arenas and stadium-sized venues immediately or risk total hearing loss.
Engleheart stated in a Facebook post "Speculate all you want, but I've said it before and I'll say it again: AC/DC will continue with Axl on vocals - new album, touring, the whole nine yards..... "What was a massive gamble by Angus turned out to be an equally enormous triumph that has set the scene for the future."
During an interview event in London, Axl Rose revealed that he was planning new music with Guns N' Roses and, possibly, AC/DC as well saying "I've got a lot of stuff together, and I played some stuff for Slash and Duff and they liked it. And Angus and I are talking about working together. So we'll see."