AC/DC’s Malcolm Young not coming back to band

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Malcolm Young will not be returning to AC/DC, the legendary rock band he co-founded.

Sad news from AC/DC. Founding member Malcolm Young will not be returning to the band, after taking a break due to illness.

In a statement the band said, “due to the nature of Malcolm’s condition,” their new album “Rock or Bust,” will be the first in the AC/Dc’s 41-year history not to feature Young.

The album will be released Dec. 2, and AC/DC will embark on a “Rock or Bust” world tour next year.

Stevie Young, nephew of founding members Malcolm and Angus Young, will accompany the Australian rockers on tour. He also played rhythm guitar on the new album.

AC/DC. founded in 1973, is one of the highest-grossing rock bands of all time — selling more than 200 million albums.

Neither Young, nor AC/DC have revealed the nature of Young’s illness.

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