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.
It may be far too early to speculate, but Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were recently sighted leaving the same building in London, leading many to speculate the band are planning their first world tour since the end of the Bigger Bang tour in 2007.
Last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Pearl Jam debuted a brand new track. Titled, "Olé," the track sounds like something straight off Vitalogy -- a hard, fast-paced rocker ala "Spin the Black Circle."
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.
Last month, we announced a contest -- more of a challenge, really -- to cover either "In Waves" or "Dusk Dismantled" by Trivium for a chance to win a signed copy of their new album, In Waves, which was released last month on Roadrunner Records.