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  1. Yep this is definitely a one-off. I'm not even sure of the SA shows would fall under the 'all new show / next chapter' BS, as far as I'm aware only the Euro leg was marketed as that. Could mean that whatever we might get would drop between the end (April 11th) of the SA leg and the start (May 20th) of the Euro leg?
  2. Well, AoA had a lot of issues with lead singers as well. Scott sang on the album but later called them a scam and said he was never the 'lead singer'. Scott Stapp was later sued by the band because they felt he wasnt putting in the hours, doing 80 solo shows compared to the 13 with AoA. They were dropped from their label and has been pretty quiet since 2017.
  3. Highly doubt it, with all the 'all new show' and 'next chapter' BS. Doesn't mean it won't be largely the same shit though.
  4. Do they even have an active deal with a label? I don't think they'd go for a 360 deal, that seems like something more suitable to lesser known artist. GnR didnt need the extra publicity to sell the reunion tickets and generate attention, so why would they give up a chunk of the proceeds to pay a label to do something that's not necessary. Same goes for the album, if something is released it will get plenty of attention, and I'm sure Beta and Fernando are able to secure them some spots on late night talkshows if they figure they need more attention. At this point I'd assume they are not looking
  5. Well, in all fairness, when they did festivals in 2018 it was just the 'regular' 3hr+ set / production. Not sure what we'll get this time. They made it easy for me, I don't like the festival, I'm fed up with the tour as it is (was?) and there's no alternative within a few hours drive (Hamburg probably being the closest after PP). So I'll just sit back, relax, check what happens over the next few months with all the 'Next chapter' and 'all new show' BS, and if it's actually worth it I might scoop up tix for either PP or Hamburg. And otherwise it's not biggie, I'm sure if all the rumors about ne
  6. In terms of enthusiasm for this tour, it's funny if you look at Pinkpop, which went on sale weeks before GNR was announced. They have a capacity of roughly ~65k per day, and the cut between daytickets / 3 days passes varies but is usually around 25k day tix per day and 40k 3 day passes. If GNR was still pushing a shitload of tix you'd expect their day on Pinkpop to sell out within hours of the announcement last week, but nothing happened. Both day tickets and 3 day passes are still on sale (other days with RHCP and Post Malone respectively also havent sold out). Perhaps they've bumped the amou
  7. Lol he was in Vampires for like two days, right? Nevertheless, probably a must read for any GnR nut.
  8. He sounds unhealthy and out of breath constantly, which makes sense if he was in Sex Pistols and did a lot of crap probably
  9. Lol shit it got me afraid he was building up to a new covers album. I don't know this guy, apparently he's a personality in the US? He forgot the name of the song he was gonna play and seems to forget a lot of crap in general and apparently has no idea what's going on with GnR / Slash
  10. Ah there's the tweet, definitely labeled as 'the next chapter', no more nitl
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