AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young opened up about the future of AC/DC during an interview with Louder Sound and revealed that once he’s down, the band will most likely follow him.
As you may know, Angus Young formed AC/DC with his brother Malcolm back in 1973 and the band is known for its longevity since throughout the years, they released numerous successful albums and monumental hits.
Angus Young, with his signature look with his schoolboy-uniform and duck-walking after nearly 5 decades, is the only original member of AC/DC therefore, there is a huge amount of fans who consider Angus as the reflection of AC/DC.
Recently, Young opened up about the future of AC/DC and revealed that his brother, Malcolm, once told him that he’s the Titanic when the ship goes down, the band goes down as well revealing that when Angus is gone, the band will be over.
Here is what Angus said about if Power Up is the latest album of the band:
“I’ve no crystal ball. Whatever you do, you do it, it’s done, and what comes in the future you hope is good. But you never know how life is. We’ve no road map for life. I wish we did, but we don’t.”
He also talked about if the band will survive without him:
“Well, as I say, I’ve got no crystal ball. But as Malcolm used to say: ‘You’re like the Titanic – when the ship goes down, the band goes down with it.‘”
You can click here to see the source of the interview.