Released March 10, 2017

Photographer of the issue: Harry Potts – This is the story of the press photographer and AC/DC fan for nearly 40 years, Harry Potts. In this article he tells the story of the times he photographed the band, and it all started in 1977.

A night at Atlantic studios – It is remarkable that a brief recording session by an unk-nown band made in the late seventies at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City is still of interest today. But then you realize that this little five piece band from Down Un-der would become one of the biggest rock and roll bands in the history of music: AC/DC.

Making of “Who made who” – In this article, Chris Robinson, tells the story of when he got the opertunity to parcipate in the recording process of AC/DC’s musicvideo “Who Made Who”

A very special birthday party in South Shields – After the first two Geordie re-union gigs in Newcastle and Hebburn, the third one took place in South Shields.

On the road with Dazgoulash – Follow Darren Goulden also known as “Dazgoulash” and his stories from being on the road, exclusivly for Overdose.

Circus Krone – When it was announced that AC/DC would be supporting the Stones at three open air shows in Germany, we the fans became really excited at the prospect of seeing two giants of rock n roll performing together. However, the biggest thrill for the diehard fans was the decision by AC/DC to slot in some club dates between the Stones shows. Like in Circus Krone in Munich.

Sons of ‘DC: Airbourne – Joel and Ryan O’Keffee are tearing it up around the world with their high energy, take no prisoners rock and roll and they leave the fans screaming for more. Overdose sat down with the brothers to learn more about the band and their great affection for AC/DC.

Lisbon fanreport – After the sudden departure of Brian from the band to prevent further permanent hearing loss, AC/DC annouced that ” guest singers” would help finish up the “Rock Or Bust” tour. This is the story of Axl Rose first gig with AC/DC.

Meet the fans: Kaori and Sven

Tom Bombo’s adventures