The family of founding AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has confirmed reports that the musician is suffering from dementia, a condition that has forced him to retire permanently from the legendary rock group.
Next year's Glastonbury Festival lineup could include an impressive amount of classic rock firepower.
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When AC/DC announced the release of their new album the other day, the good news was offset by some bad: Founding guitarist Malcolm Young was no longer in the band.
AC/DC will release their first new album in six years, 'Rock or Bust,' on December 2, 2014.
AC/DC's musical formula hasn't changed much over the years, and for good reason: For 40 years and counting, Australia's loudest musical exports have decisively proven that you don't need much more than a couple of guitars, a couple of chords and a dirty mind to make great rock 'n' roll. But while the band's sound has remained steady over the
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For four decades, AC/DC have blasted the rock 'n' roll landscape with towering riffs and a winking innuendo that cuts to the primal heart of the music.