Malcolm's really underrated. He makes the band sound so full, and I couldn't ask for a better rhythm player. Sometimes I look at Malcolm while he's playing, and I'm completely awestruck by the sheer power of it. He's doing something much more unique than what I do-with that raw, natural sound of his. People like Malcolm, Steve Cropper, Chuck Berry and Keith Richards-they're all doing something better than the rest of us.
Below, you can witness some very early footage of Guitar World's current cover stars, AC/DC. Both were filmed in 1976, after the release of their first major album, High Voltage, at St. Albans High School in their native Australia.
“It was pretty hard,” Angus Young says about making the band’s new album, Rock or Bust. “I was doing a lot on my own.” Speaking from the Netherlands, where his wife’s family lives, AC/DC’s lead guitarist and eternal schoolboy sounds a bit more grave than usual, just a shade or two less whimsical.
AC/DC have premiered the official video for "Rock or Bust," the title track from their new album. The clip, which you can watch below, was shot in early October with director David Mallet at Black Island Studios in Middlesex, England.
AC/DC have released "Rock or Bust," the latest single (and title track) from their new album, which will be released December 2. The track is available immediately on all album pre-orders, along with another track, "Play Ball."
AC/DC have premiered "Play Ball," the first music video from their new album, Rock or Bust. You can check it out below. In keeping with the song's title, the clip is a tribute to sports (and other things) that involve balls ... and perhaps to people who wear bikinis.
It seems Phil Rudd, AC/DC's 60-year-old drummer, has reportedly been charged with attempting to have someone murdered, and for possession of methamphetamine, possession of cannabis and threatening to kill.