AC/DC - Two Sides to Every Glory tells the band's complete story for the first time, tracing the roots of the group back to the Australian pub circuit where pre AC/DC collectives, featuring Bon Scott and Angus and Malcom Young, played the roughest hell holes that country had to offer. The tale continues when Scott and the Young brothers joined forces and AC/DC proper was formed. The strange circumstances surrounding the death of Bon Scott in 1980 are investigated thoroughly and revelations never previously published are uncovered and reported here. The book then details the entire period that Geordie Wildman Brian Johnson fronted the band, an era which saw AC/DC achieve the well deserved global superstardom they had always striven for.
AC/DC have been swaggering their way through the rock 'n' roll scene for more than 30 years. Starting with their roots in the Australian pub circuit, this book takes a thorough look at where the band came from, where they've been, and where they're going. Bon Scott and the Young brothers' earlier bands are discussed, as well as the trio's first collaboration, supplemented by rare photographs and interviews with more than 50 of the band's friends and colleagues. Previously unpublished details on Bon Scott's untimely death in 1980 and the strange circumstances around it are revealed, along with information on AC/DC's upcoming album, their first in five years.