AC/DC aren't going anywhere - but Malcolm Young won't be returning.
AC/DC have confirmed that founding member and guitarist Malcolm Young will not return to the band after suffering from illness. The rockers revealed their new album Rock or Bust would be released in December 2 but would be their first record in 41 years not to feature Malcolm on recordings.
Angus Young and co have announced plans for 'Rock or Bust'
AC/DC have also announced they will head out on a Rock or Bust world tour in 2015.
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AC/DC aren't going anywhere guys - because Brian Johnson said so.
Brian Johnson, the frontman of rockers AC/DC has debunked rumors that the band are about to split because of health concerns for rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young. Instead, Johnson revealed that the group are actually planning to get together and write material for a new studio album.
Angus Young Performing with AC/DC
"We are definitely getting together in May in Vancouver," he told the Telegraph. "We're going to pick up some guitars, have a plonk, and see if anybody has got any tunes or ideas. If anything happens, we'll record it."
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It seems that the band are not quitting after all.
It looks like AC/DC fans can breathe a sigh of relief, because rumors of the band’s imminent end appear to be greatly exaggerated. The rumors first surfaced on Monday in Australia, claiming that the band was on the verge of retirement, due to one member’s serious illness. According to Billboard, the speculation emerged from comments made by entertainment commentator Peter Ford on radio station 3AW that “we may not hear them perform or record ever again”.
For now it's safe to assume that AC/DC are not splitting up.
Today it looks like the media jumped the gun on this one. A report from Billboad clarified the situation. Australia's Noise11.com adds that the source of the retirement rumor was an email sent to Perth radio station 6PR from an anonymous tipster using the handle Thunderstruck. In a peculiar media round of broken telephone, the station then spread the report and it was picked up by various outlets first throughout Australia and then across the world.
Continue reading: No, AC/DC Are Not Splitting Up After All. Probably.