Hard-Core AC/DC Fans Release New Concert Photo Book Featuring Their Recent Work
Starting in 2003, Matteo Abruzzo and Stonebreaker attended 60-plus AC/DC concerts around the world over the course of eight years.
Photos that the two longtime fans shot of the band at more than 30 of those gigs can be found in a new hardcover book titled 'Fantography: From Hammersmith to Bilbao: 2003-2010.'
Abruzzo and Stonebreaker began their photographic journey at the Hammersmith Apollo on Oct. 21, 2003, during AC/DC’s gig at the intimate London venue. That was followed by many more AC/DC concerts (and photos) in Europe, as well as Australia and the United States, before they reconvened at the Hammersmith in 2010 for the band's final show in support of its most recent studio album, 'Black Ice.'
'Fantography: From Hammersmith to Bilbao: 2003-2010,' which is 112 pages and contains 150-plus photos, has been limited to 666 printed copies.
In other recent AC/DC-related activity, lead singer Brian Johnson continues to rev up for his high-speed fundraising drive as part of the Rolex 24 at Daytona race on Jan. 28-29 at Daytona International Speedway.