A file picture taken on February 18, 2009 shows musicians from rockband AC/DC Brian Johnson (L) and guitarist Angus Young performing at Telenor Arena on Fornebu, outside Oslo. AFP PHOTO/ Sara Johannessen
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AC/DC guitarist Angus Young says he first noticed something amiss with brother Malcolm six years ago, and his dementia worsened until he could no longer remember his own songs.Malcolm Young, 61, who co-founded the veteran Australian band that went to become one of the biggest grossing groups of all time, retired this year and is now believed to be in a Sydney care facility.Under New Zealand law, threatening to kill can attract a seven-year sentence and it remains unclear whether he can continue with the band.The Young brothers founded AC/DC in Sydney in 1973, and it has gone on to sell more than 200 million albums.
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