Most people initially hate their recorded voice because that is not what they hear due to the resonance of their head. However, they still may be crappy singers.
For example, regardless of recorded or not, I am a terrible singer.
Allow me to put it in perspective:
I was so bad, I went to a voice/singing coach and she indicated she could not help me because she thought my vocal chords were damaged and I should see a doctor, so I did. The otolaryngologist determined there is NOTHING wrong with my vocal chords.
Yes, I was so bad, a vocal coach thought I was beyond help without medical intervention.
I did a couple of sessions of voice therapy at the hospital, but it was expensive and they were primarily teaching me fundamentals that most vocal coaches would teach.
I have gotten better. The biggest improvement was from choosing and transposing songs so they suit my baritone voice better.
I wasn't going to do it, but screw it... Here's what I sounded like trying to sing a metal version of Dirty Deeds, which is way out of my vocal range:
And that's with a bunch-o-effects. Pretty nasal, muffled, and lacking resonance. I have since been working on singing more from my chest and lifting my soft palate to sound less nasal.
Your vocals have a unique quality that lends itself to AC/DC, but it would improve clarity a lot if you rebalanced your vocals towards the upper mids with EQ and use more compression to keep it on top.