'AC/DC To Retire' blurted headlines all over Australia today but the entire story is based on one anonymous rumour emailed to a Perth radio station. The story started with an anonymous person using the name 'Thunderstuck' emailing Perth radio station 6PR with the rumour of the band's retirement. The radio station reported the rumour prompting a flurry of activity across Australian media then reporting the rumour as fact without confirmation from anyone from the band. The word was founding member Malcolm Young is seriously ill as was unable to continue with the band. That, according to 'Thunderstuck' meant the end of AC/DC and to Australian media quickly became fact and reported as news. But lets think about that for one moment. In 1980 lead singer Bon Scott died. Four months later AC/DC released the Back In Black album with a new lead singer, Brian johnson. AC/DC continued them because, according to the band, it would have been Bon's wish. Is it Malcolm's wish that they break-up if he leaves? While the Young brothers have been the one constant in AC/DC the band lists 13 names in its ex-members list.