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.
When we asked our readers and the Guns N' Roses fans of the world to vote for their favorite track from GNR's classic twin albums, Use Your Illusion I & II, little did we expect that the poll would tally over 27,000 votes!
In a recent piece by Rolling Stone, Tommy Stinson was accused by former Replacements bandmate Paul Westerberg of being more aggressive toward a reunion of the band because "he needs a gig," to which Tommy replied: "That's funny. I got fucking three or four gigs going at any one time."
As lead guitarist for Sixx:A.M., DJ Ashba has played for thousands of fans worldwide. The band’s first album, The Heroin Diaries, launched them to success with “Life Is Beautiful,” radio’s most-played rock song in 2008. Their recently released sophomore disc, This Is Gonna Hurt, is likely to surpass its predecessor, having already charted a No. 1 rock single, “Lies of the Beautiful People.”
Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler -- the most blatant original Guns member about his desire to see a reunion of the Appetite-era lineup -- has said in a new interview with Straight.com that he would reunite with the band free-of-charge. An excerpt from the interview follows.
In a recent video interview with Artisan News from the 2011 Vans Warped Tour, Asking Alexandria singer Danny Worsnop may have let slip some information on a collaboration between the band and singers Sebastian Bach and (far more surprisingly) Axl Rose.