A list of the 10 AC/DC songs that best showcase rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young.
AC/DC has officially announced a hiatus for Malcolm Young, confirming that the founding rhythm guitarist is "taking a break from the band due to ill health."
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has confirmed that an unidentified member of the band is suffering from a "debilitating illness," leaving the band's future "up in the air at the moment."
AC/DC rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young will not be able to perform music again due to an unspecified serious illness, according to a friend and peer of the band.
"Insiders" close to AC/DC have denied that the rock legends are retiring.
If the rumors that AC/DC will never tour or record again are true -- and we most certainly hope they are not -- then the legendary group's final show was June 28, 2010 in Bilbao, Spain.
An Australian radio station is reporting that AC/DC's planned 40th anniversary tour will not take place, and that in fact they may never "perform again or record again."
The Marcus Hook Roll Band, which featured Angus & Malcolm Young, will re-issue their 1973 album.