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  1. Steve's looking kind of frail, to be honest. Not a lot of extra meat on them bones.
  2. 09/28/19 - Louisville KY - Louder Than Life Festival

    Here's my theory: If Guns N' Roses are a part of this festival, they will be introducing new music. It wouldn't make much sense to perform otherwise. Honestly, I think we're going to get a new album this year. November would be my personal guess, as the band has a history of November releases (GN'R Lies, The Spaghetti Incident?, Chinese Democracy). Get it out before Black Friday and Cyber Monday to capitalize on sales. Most bands introduce a new song six to eight weeks before an album drops, so September fits that timeline. I think a lot of work has already been done on new material, probably during the downtime between legs of the NITL tour. When Slash gets done on his tour, I think the band gets together to put finishing touches on the music. All of this is speculative, but I'm feeling really optimistic that the last four months of 2019 are going to be big for Guns fans.
  3. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    The next Guns N' Roses record will be out in calendar year 2019. It will win Grammys, something that has eluded them previously.
  4. GNR on Terminator 2 Figure

    I believe it's very, very possible.....if the movie doesn't blow like 'Salvation' and 'Genesys'
  5. Duff's solo album Tenderness: OUT NOW

    Musically, it's catchy enough, but let's be honest: Duff can't sing.
  6. Worcester, MA 11/8/06. Guns didn't start until shortly after 11PM, and then Axl ranted about the sound guy trying to fuck him over. The audience, which probably wasn't more than 8,000 people, booed when he said that, but the rest of the show went off without a hitch. Didn't end until after 2AM. Foxboro, MA 7/20/16. Lenny Kravitz's set went way longer than it was supposed to, and it took over 40 minutes to complete the stage changeover, so Guns didn't get on until after 9PM, and there was a curfew of 11PM. To their credit, they broke curfew and I think played until about 11:25. If memory serves me correctly, they did 24 songs. Fantastic show.
  7. You know you're a die hard fan...

    When you pay full price for the Locked N' Loaded set My goal is to buy a pair of Sphynx cats and name them Axl and Slash
  8. Slash: "We will focus on a new GNR album"

    Could be something along the lines of what Green Day did a few years ago. They released three albums either a week or two apart from each other, if memory serves me correctly. Maybe GN'R releases a new record at the change of every season within a one year time frame (June, September, December, March). Wouldn't that be something? I think there's definitely going to be more than one album, but let's be happy with one and see where it goes from there.
  9. Slash: "We will focus on a new GNR album"

    If Axl has learned anything from the worldwide reception of the Not In This Lifetime tour, it's that the fans of the 87-93 era came out in droves to see the return of Slash and Duff. Outside of the hardcore fans who stuck with Axl through thick and thin for 20+ years, no one wants new Guns N' Roses material without Slash and Duff. The record label doesn't want it, either. The marketing push for a new Guns record with the Big Three would be infinitely more than what Chinese Democracy got. I recall seeing the tease in the movie theater about the Guns reunion tour before The Force Awakens in 2015. My brother in-law was like, "what's that about?", and I said, "Guns N' Roses are reuniting, it just hasn't been formally announced yet". Just that tease for the reunion tour was a bigger push than for Chinese Democracy's release. When the new record's ready, holy shit....it's probably going to be a marketing campaign like no one's ever seen before.
  10. Slash: "We will focus on a new GNR album"

    100% agree. I've never cared for much of Slash's work outside of Guns N' Roses. I've always thought Axl made Slash better, especially on some of Axl's "babies" like November Rain. I can't imagine a brilliant solo like that was Slash's original interpretation. Axl probably asked/encouraged Slash to modify it so it fit more into Axl's vision of having that epic finale.
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