AC/DC have been rocking the stages for more than 40 years, but this could soon be the end of the band's last founding member. Angus Young, who has been the band's guitarist since the beginning, spoke in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine about the future of the music group. "I don't know at this point," Young replied when asked about AC/DC's future, adding, "We were committed to finishing the tour. Who knows how I'll feel afterwards?".
The rock troupe is on the road until September 20th, but is a bit beat up. Singer Brian Johnson had to resign due to hearing problems. Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose is currently on the microphone for him. Young's brother Malcom had to leave the band in 2014 when he was diagnosed with dementia. Young had formed the band with him in 1973.
Drummer Phil Rudd was charged in New Zealand in 2014 for allegedly commissioning two murders. Due to various follow-up procedures and house arrest, it was impossible for him to go on tour. In July of this year, bassist Cliff Williams finally announced that he would no longer be touring after the current tour and would not want to record any more songs. Young told Rolling Stone: "Cliff made it clear before the start of the tour that it would be his last. Apart from me, Cliff has been with us the longest."