AC/DC guitarist Angus Young may be one of the unlikeliest guitar heroes in rock music, simply for the fact that he's not trying to be a guitar hero at all.
Angus Young and Brian Johnson talk about coping with Malcolm Young's dementia.
None of us will ever really know how it feels for Angus Young to soldier on with AC/DC in the absence of his brother Malcolm -- and the private Youngs no doubt prefer it that way.
As AC/DC suit up for the release of 'Rock or Bust' next week, Angus Young and Brian Johnson stopped by our office to offer some insight into the creation of the album and the state of rock today.
Angus Young is painting an inspirational portrait of his retired brother, saying that an ailing Malcolm Young contributed to AC/DC until the very end.
When the members of AC/DC titled their new album 'Rock or Bust,' they meant it.
The Marcus Hook Roll Band, which featured Angus & Malcolm Young, will re-issue their 1973 album.
You have to ask yourself, did AC/DC make a deal with the devil to remain this relevant after all these years?
The sound hasn't changed, the look hasn't changed and nearly every piece of artwork associated with the band has consistently featured the red-lettered "AC/DC" logo.
Here the artist takes it a step further, with a red-
Ever wondered what the monsters of rock would look like if they were actual monsters? Artist Jason Edmiston has a pretty good idea -- and he's sharing his vision with the rest of us.