Lots of Fans Complained About Sound and Shorter Setlist!
Guns N’ Roses got an earful from some fans on Facebook who expressed their displeasure with the shorter setlist and poor sound at their concert in Berlin, Germany today. A few fans posted some positive messages about the show as well.Check out some of the reactions below!
Well it turned out to be true, Guns N’ Roses performed ‘Slither’ during their show in Berlin, Germany today. This is the first show of their European Tour! Axl didn’t sound very good on ‘Slither’ in my opinion. Check it out for yourselves!
Ronnie James Dio Hologram Creator Mentions Guns N’ Roses!
Jeff Pezzuti, the CEO of Eyellusion – the company behind Ronnie James Dio’s hologram – addressed the criticism the hologram’s been getting online and mentioned using the technology to see an Appetite for Destruction Era Lineup of Guns N’ roses, saying on Talking Metal (via Blabbermouth):
“We have to look at it as a metal community, or as a rock community, and say, ‘Okay, we wanna pass this music down, because we’re so proud of it.’ All of us that are fans of it love it for a reason. It really hit us usually at a young age, and it really hit a chord with us, and we don’t want it to go away.
“As a fan of the music, and as a fan of all music, I just feel like there’s so many great bands that are out there that we wanna make sure that they get passed down. And we could actually do shows with these bands – AC/DC and Guns N’ Roses — where we can put full lineups together and actually make it happen, and still experience the show.
“When I see the negative responses, not to say I don’t pay mind to them – everyone has a right to an opinion – but I always say that usually an opinion is based on something you’ve seen.
“Like if you had a negative opinion and you went to the show, that’s one thing. Looking at it on YouTube is not the same. And people who are actually judging it – and not to say it’s wrong; they can do whatever they want – but people who are judging it based on the overall idea of it, that I think is wrong, because I think you’re looking at it very selfishly.’