AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Says His ‘Hellraising Days Are Over’

by Alisha Jackson

Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd lost his spot in the band when he was found guilty of threatening to kill and possession of drugs. Despite claiming that his hellraising days are now behind him, Rudd is aware that his chances of rejoining AC/DC are slim to none, which is why he’s decided to re-focus on his solo career.

According to Team Rock, Rudd will be re-releasing his 2014 solo album, Head Job, next month on September 30th. In addition to relaunching the album via Wave 365 Media, Rudd will also go on a media tour.

“My hellraising days are over,” he tells TR. “I see a psychiatrist once a week and I’m closer than ever to my children.” “I still have all my flash cars,” he added, “but now I want to grow chillies.”

Who doesn’t?

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