Unsurprisingly, the fall-out from last week's shock arrest of AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd continues to pester news-feeds with various perspectives from the people who know him best. Although the charge of attempting to pay for a murder was dropped the next day, the 60-year-old stickman still faces up to seven years imprisonment for 'threatening to kill'. On Tuesday his son Thomas told the Daily Mail "All I will say is that my dad is a good guy. He's not perfect – but he wouldn't hurt anyone." Meanwhile, on Friday the band's normally taciturn guitar hero Angus Young told USA Today that the drummer "seems to have let himself go. He's not the Phil we've known from the past." Revealing his concerns about Rudd's erratic behaviour during the recording of the band's forthcoming LP Rock Or Bust – as well as his failure to turn up for the filming of their latest video Play Ball and for a mysteriously drummer-free photo shoot in London – Angus states "It put us in a difficult situation. It put us in a spot where we couldn't move forward. Does the guy show up? Is he reliable to do his job in good shape? We've always been a solid, reliable unit." He also addressed the subject of Rudd's additional charge of possession of methamphetamine, saying "When you get into that land, it's very hard… I can only say, from our perspective, that the guy needs to sort himself out."