AC/DC Member Reveals Heartbreaking Fight Photo


AC/DC drummer Chris Slade recently posted shortly before photographer Alex Ruffini’s death, “#Repost @alexruffini・・・Flashback…fighting (just for fan 😉😘) with my good Friend @chrissladedrums from #acdc⚡️

#acdcfans #acdcofficial #acdcfan #acdcforever #chrissladetimeline #chrissladeofficial
What a Great memorie ❤ hope to see you both soon 🙏❤️

Pic. By @lollyelena Ps. #fuckcancer🎗 #fuckthecancer2 #pancreaticcancer.”

Ruffini died just a few weeks ago after losing a battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 50.

A new AC/DC album with Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, and Cliff Williams back in the band is rumored, with a photo recently surfacing of Cliff Williams with a gun.

Full In Bloom wrote about Ruffini, “In 1980, Kiss performed in Italy for the first time, and Alex was impressed by the mix of music, stage design and make-up, which nurtured an ultimate passion for rock and for the artists’ different personalities on stage.

During his teens, Alex had no real master: he drew inspiration from photographers like Fin Costello, Neil Zlozower , Mark Weiss, and Ross Halfin. This helped him to open his eyes and mind, which allowed him to absorb the inspiring techniques of these artists. This inspiration led him into the darkroom, where he acquired his special skill in black-and-white processing.”

“Ruffini’s talent was also appreciated by musicians themselves, including Dokken, Eric Sardinas, Bonfire, Antiproduct, House Of Shakira, L.A. Guns, Duff McKagan and Loaded, Hardcore Superstar, Jake E. Lee, Paul DiAnno, Richie Kotzen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and Stevie Salas among many others.”

Deen Castronovo tweeted, “I just got the sad news of @AlexRuffini passed this morning from a long bout with Cancer.. Alex and I first met during the 2018 burn it down tour and we became fast friends. I will miss you my brother..Rest In Peace Sir..”