In a new conversation with TV War, Mark Tremonti, the guitarist of the Alter Bridge, made flash comments and said that Led Zeppelin is better than AC/DC.

During the interview, Mark was asked if he shares his opinion on AC/DC’s ‘Back in Black.’ When he replied, he said that Led Zeppelin is better than AC/DC. He also touched on his performance with Brian Johnson and stated that it was epic.

“I think that record is the best record, in my opinion, of the second-best rock band ever. I think Led Zeppelin is, in my opinion, the best rock band to ever live,” Mark said.

“And AC/DC, to me, is No. 2. And that’s the best AC/DC record. It’s a great comeback, I got to perform with Brian Johnson, so that was an honor for me.

“And that record just reminds me of my childhood; I could listen to it a million times and never get sick of it.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, Mark Tremonti has also revealed what he thinks about Led Zeppelin’s ‘Led Zeppelin IV.’ He said that it is one of the best music records in the community.

“’Led Zeppelin IV,’ that’s the obvious, you know, the most popular of the Led Zeppelin records, but it just has some undeniable songs,” Mark told.

“’When the Levee Breaks’ and ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ I think ‘Rock & Roll’ is there as well… How can you top that? It could be the best rock ‘n’ roll record ever recorded, so, yeah.”

AC/DC, one of the greatest rock bands of music history, has recently announced that the newest album ‘Power Up’ has arrived.