Speaking in an interview with Kaaos TV, Rudd said he would like to work on the band’s next album.
“I’d like to be involved with Angus [Young] again, maybe on the next album or something,” he said.
“But I still have some traveling restrictions, and I’m not sure if I can go to America or not. I’ve got some lawyers doing some work so I can go back to America, but I’m not too sure.
“So I have some limitations on what I can do, and I’m just making the best of my situation at the moment.”
The 62-year-old also confirmed that he still is in regular contact with his former band members.
“I talk to Brian [Johnson, AC/DC singer] and we just talk about cars, and I talk to Cliff [Williams, AC/DC bassist], and we just talk [about] anything.
“It’s just old friends talk. But I’m sure Angus has got a few ideas. He did a great job on the Rock Or Bust album. I think it’s a great album — one of the best ones we’ve done, for sure.”
Though he stated last year that he had no interest in performing with stand-in singer and Guns N’ Roses frontman, Axl Rose, Rudd was this time more subdued when asked about playing with the revered singer.
“I don’t know. I just play drums,” Rudd said.
“When I play with AC/DC, I just play drums. [With my solo band], I’m the boss of everything. [But when I play with AC/DC], I don’t [care about the other stuff]. I just play drums, and I enjoy that.”