Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Guns N ‘Roses reunited in April – Sydsvenskan

Rumors of the band reunification have flourished for a time. During the holiday season to date the band logo on its official website to the classic with roses and revolvers.

In summer, said Slash in a US interview that he would like to reunite with his former colleagues, and there was speculation that he and Axl Rose started talking to each other after years of discord. The guitarist Richard Fortus has also indicated to a French newspaper that the group has new material enough for “two or three albums.”

Guns N ‘Roses debut 1987 “Appetite for Destruction,” which sold 18 million copies in the United States. Last album “Chinese Democracy” – the only in the last two decades – was played but without Slash. Among the group’s hits are songs like “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Paradise City”.

When the band was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 many hoped that they would reunite for a performance – but Axl Rose chose not to attend.

While it is also clear that the New York group LCD Soundsystem will reunite for Coachella Festival in April. The band, among other things, known for the song “Daft Punk is playing at my house,” disbanded in 2011.


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