More details of the upcoming fall U.S. trek from Guns N' Roses -- their first in five years -- are starting to surface, as it looks like Buckcherry will be tapped as direct support for at least a handful of tour dates.
As next year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Appetite For Destruction, there's been much speculation over whether or not Guns N' Roses would be a first-ballot selection for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
It looks like the handful of U.S. tour dates announced earlier this month by Guns N' Roses has indeed turned into a full-fledged tour of the States. The 30-city trek will mark the band's first U.S. tour in five years, and first since the release of 2008's Chinese Democracy.
Leslie West's new album, Unusual Suspects, hits stores today, and you can check out a clip of one of the songs below. The track is called "Mudflap Mama," and features the talents of none other than former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash.
As previously reported, Slash filmed his recent show in his hometown of Stoke-on-Trent, England, for a future DVD release. Now it has been officially announced that a live CD/DVD titlted Made In Stoke 24/7/11 will be released November 15.
The people at FunnyOrDie.com rarely disappoint, and this is no exception. The comedy website has just posted a slideshow featuring stills from Guns N' Roses "November Rain" music video turned into a comic strip.
An elusive band stateside, it's a pretty big deal when Guns N' Roses announce shows in the U.S. While there's certainly been no tour announced just yet, Guns -- who are also playing several shows in South America in October -- have announced three U.S. shows for this fall.