The funeral details for AC/DC rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young have been announced. The service will take place at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney, Australia on November 28th at 11am. Malcolm passed away November 18 at the age of 64 following a lengthy battle with dementia. It’s expected to be attended by the extended Young family, who lost Malcolm’s older brother George just a month ago at the age of 70.
The Australian Music Awards—the annual celebration of Australian music—was already scheduled to happen in the city that evening, so many members of the industry are expected to attend the service. His family, who have always shunned the public spotlight, has requested the service not be broadcast so they can mourn privately.
In what may be a first, Gene Simmons says that he is sorry. The KISS bassist apologized to Fox News for the bizarre behavior during a recent visit that resulted in him being banned from the network forever. It’s alleged that bursting into a Fox New meeting, where he proceeded to bare his chest, yell out “hey chicks, sue me,” and tell pedophilia jokes about Michael Jackson. Simmons also hit two staffers on the head with his book.
Black Sabbath are streaming video of their 1970 classic, “Iron Man”, from their newly-released farewell concert film, The End. The movie presents the last concert by Black Sabbath, which took place in their hometown of Birmingham, England this past February.